Two cases of disseminated lymphocytoma cutis are reported: one with miliary papules and the other with multiple nodules and plaques. The clinical differential diagnosis in each variety is difficult and includes numerous infiltrative disorders: trichoepithelioma, adenoma sebaceum, Boeck's sarcoid, lupus vulgaris, and leukemic infiltration of the skin.
Topical, intralesional, and oral corticosteroid therapy produced favorable results.
Self SJ, Carter VH, Noojin RO. Disseminated Lymphocytoma CutisCase Reports of Miliarial and Nodular Types. Arch Dermatol. 1969;100(4):459-464. doi:10.1001/archderm.1969.01610280077015