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.
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