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Article
June 1964

Mycosis FungoidesRelationship to Malignant Cutaneous Reticulosis and the Sézary Syndrome

Arch Dermatol. 1964;89(6):785-792. doi:10.1001/archderm.1964.01590300013005
Abstract

Clinical and histopathologic aspects of the malignant cutaneous lymphoma, mycosis fungoides, are discussed. Current concepts of malignant cutaneous reticulosis and the Sézary syndrome are presented. Based upon a review of the literature and a series of 33 cases of mycosis fungoides, the conclusion is reached that malignant cutaneous reticulosis and the Sézary syndrome are forms of mycosis fungoides.

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