Explore the latest in skin lymphomas, including cutaneous T- and B-cell lymphomas, mycosis fungoides, Sézary syndrome, and more.
This cohort study of data from 39 patients assesses whether the presence of a dominant T-Cell receptor clone in peripheral blood is associated with time to systemic treatment in patients with Stage IB Mycosis Fungoides.
This cohort study examines the demographic characteristics associated with the incidence of cutaneous T-cell lymphoma from 2000 to 2018 in Louisiana.
This case report describes a man in his 60s with a history of progressive pruritic skin lesions on his face and trunk.
A woman in her 50s with a history of nasal-type natural killer/T-cell lymphoma and chronic pulmonary coccidiomycosis was admitted for fever, hypotension, and asymptomatic widespread rash. What is your diagnosis?
This cohort study assesses the association of low-level blood involvement by T-cell receptor clonality and flow cytometry with outcomes for patients with early-stage cutaneous T-cell lymphoma.
This Brief Report describes the identification of a novel rubella virus–associated granulomatous dermatitis mimicking both cutaneous sarcoidosis and CD8+ granulomatous cutaneous T-cell lymphoma in an older man with extensive cutaneous granulomas.
This systematic review assesses the clinical features, immunophenotypes, various treatment options, and prognosis of mycosis fungoides in children and adolescents.
This case series assesses the preliminary efficacy and tolerability of brentuximab vedotin for Sézary syndrome.
This cohort study assesses predictive factors associated with survival and evaluates the effectiveness of the newly proposed staging system for estimating overall and disease-specific survival in a US cohort of patients with folliculotropic mycosis fungoides.
A man in his 60s presented for evaluation of lesions on the face, chest, back, and arms that were gradually increasing in size and number. What is your diagnosis?
This case series discusses 3 patients with Sézary syndrome who were treated with low-dose total skin electron beam therapy as part of a multimodality systemic regimen.
This case report describes a woman in her 30s with a history of nodular sclerosing type stage IIE Hodgkin lymphoma who presented with a painless, left upper eyelid mass.
This case report describes a man in his 60s who presented with a large tumor, 35 cm in diameter, on the upper back and neck.
A man in his 60s presents with intermittently pruritic, red scaling plaques in a concentric pattern diffusely involving the chest, back, and abdomen. What is your diagnosis?
A man in his 60s presented with a pruritic, red plaque on his eyelid; biopsy results showed perifollicular lymphocytic infiltrates and exocytosis of atypical lymphocytes, as well as mild follicular mucin deposition. What is your diagnosis?
A middle-aged woman presented with a 7-month history of erythematous plaques on the lower legs and intermittent fever during the past 3 months. What is your diagnosis?
A woman in her 50s presented with scaly erythematous patches and plaques, epidermotropic infiltrate of CD3+, CD4−, and CD8− weak lymphocytes, and expanding ulcerated tumors. What is your diagnosis?
This Patient Page describes signs and symptoms of lymphomatoid papulosis, how it is diagnosed, and methods of treatment.
This case report describes extracellular crystal deposition found in the skin of a 40-year-old woman with cutaneous plasmacytosis.
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