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The Diagnosis and Management of Cutaneous Lymphomas

  • M. F. Spittle
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Part of the New Clinical Applications book series (NCDM, volume 7)

Abstract

The diseases presenting as cutaneous lymphoma are fascinating, showing a wide diversity of natural history, clinical appearances and response to treatment. These diseases are rare, but can often confidently be clinically segregated into the varying types of cutaneous lymphoma. The clinical and histopathological classifications have been facilitated by recent advances in immunocytochemistry.

Keywords

Mycosis Fungoides Sezary Syndrome Cutaneous Lymphoma Superficial Mycosis PUVA Therapy 
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