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By Lorenzo Cerroni

Dermis lymphomas are particularly infrequent. they might come up within the pores and skin itself and as a spinoff of HIV an infection, or could come up somewhere else due to Hodgkin's illness, B mobilephone lymphomas or leukaemia. regardless of the reason, they could simply be ignored as psoriasis or dermatitis.

Diagnosis of epidermis lymphoma is hard and making the incorrect analysis can turn out deadly. for this reason, these in education in dermatology and pathology must have a very good knowing of the medical shows and the pathological correlates of this difficult sickness.

An Illustrated consultant to pores and skin Lymphoma is a gorgeous full-colour illustrated textual content and atlas that mixes pathology with medical gains and therapy. This moment version comprises the most recent class structures for cutaneous lymphomas in addition to fresh chapters and an multiplied part on remedy.

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30 Muche JM, Lukowsky A, Heim J et al. Demonstration of frequent occurrence of clonal T cells in the peripheral blood but not in the skin of patients with small plaque parapsoriasis. Blood 1999; 94: 1409–17. 31 Delfau-Larue MH, Laroche L, Wechsler J et al. Diagnostic value of dominant T-cell clones in peripheral blood in 363 patients presenting consecutively with a suspicion of cutaneous lymphoma. Blood 2000; 96: 2987–92. 32 Washington LT, Huh YO, Powers LC, Duvic M, Jones D. A stable aberrant immunophenotype characterizes nearly all cases of cuta- 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 neous T-cell lymphoma in blood and can be used to monitor response to therapy.

In general, mycosis fungoides is rare in patients younger than 31 20 years of age, but the true incidence may be higher than generally assumed, because there is often a reluctance to perform biopsies in children, and the diagnosis can be delayed for several years [110,111]. The hypopigmented variant of mycosis fungoides appears with unusually high frequency in this age group, especially in children with dark skin [84,110,112]. In addition, a distinct percentage of young patients with mycosis fungoides have localized pagetoid reticulosis (Woringer–Kolopp type), suggesting that this variant of mycosis fungoides may occur more frequently in childhood.

Two small erythematous papules on the left hand simulating clinically the picture of a wart. Fig. 53 Localized pagetoid reticulosis (detail of Fig. 52). Localized pagetoid reticulosis (Woringer–Kolopp type)/unilesional (solitary) mycosis fungoides Localized pagetoid reticulosis is a variant of mycosis fungoides presenting with solitary psoriasiform scaly erythematous patches or plaques, usually located on the extremities (Fig. 50). The clinical picture can be deceptive, simulating that of benign conditions such as warts or eczematous dermatitis (Fig.

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