Lynch syndrome

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Micrograph showing tumour infiltrating lymphocytes, a finding seen in Lynch syndrome.

Lynch syndrome, also hereditary non-polyposis colorectal cancer syndrome (abbreviated HNPCC), is a constellation of clinical findings caused by a mutation in a mismatch repair gene, of which there are several.[1]

As the name suggests, HNPCC is a form of inherited colorectal cancer that is not characterized by abundant intestinal polyps (non-polyposis), as in adenomatous polyposis coli.

The term Lynch syndrome is preferred as individuals with this syndrome often present with non-colorectal cancers.

General

Clinical classification

Divided into:[1]

  • Lynch syndrome I - colon cancer associated.
  • Lynch syndrome II - non-colon cancer associated.
    • More common in females (~50%) vs. males (~25%).[2]

Genes

  • MSH2 gene[1] - most common.
  • MLH1 gene[3] - second most common.
  • PMS2 gene.[4]
  • MSH6 gene[5] - tend to present in older individuals compared to individuals with MLH1 or MSH2 mutations.[6]
  • Others.

Associations

Lame mnemonic GP CUBE:

  • Gastric.
  • Pancreas.
  • CRC.
  • UCC.
  • Biliary.
  • Endometrial.

Note:

  • All the cancers are below the diaphragm.

Special types

Muir-Torre syndrome

  • Abbreviated MTS.

Molecular pathology:

  • MTS is caused by mutations in MSH2 or MLH1.[18]

IHC

See microsatellite instability.

See also

References

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  16. Kumar, Vinay; Abbas, Abul K.; Fausto, Nelson; Aster, Jon (2009). Robbins and Cotran pathologic basis of disease (8th ed.). Elsevier Saunders. pp. 1177. ISBN 978-1416031215.
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  18. Online 'Mendelian Inheritance in Man' (OMIM) 158320