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TitleCutaneous Lymphomas [electronic resource] : Unusual Cases / edited by Gรผnter Burg, Philipp LeBoit, Werner Kempf, Beatrix Mรผller
ImprintHeidelberg : Steinkopff : Imprint: Steinkopff, 2001
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Descript XIV, 107 p. online resource


Cutaneous lymphomas are one of the most difficult but also most interestยญ ing and challenging areas in clinical and experimental dermatology and pathology. While even "routine" cases can pose diagnostic difficulties beยญ yond those associated with similar lymphomas in lymph nodes, cutaneous lymphomas often have unusual features that pose a wide spectrum of quesยญ tions concerning diagnosis, classification, pathogenesis and therapy. This book is an unique collection of unusual cases of cutaneous T-cell, B-cell and NK-cell lymphomas, leukemias and other disorders related to cutaneous lymphoma, presented in a concise format. The authors have proยญ vided excellent illustrations and precise descriptions with short comments and reliable references. All of the authors are highly regarded experts in the field of cutaneous lymphomas and lymphoproliferative diseases and their contributions guarantee the high quality performance of this book. The limitations of their perceptions of these cases reflect the limits of our knowledge in 2001, not the limitations of their expertise. Zurich and San Francisco, GUNTER BURG February 2001 PHILIP LEBoIT I Table of Contents 1 Cutaneous T-cell Lymphoma (an) โ{128}ข 1.1 Mycosis Fungoides and Related Disorders . . . . . . . . . . . 2 . . . . . . .


? Table of Contents -- ? Solitary mycosis fungoides -- ? Unilesional mycosis fungoides -- ? Small cell variant of mycosis fungoides -- ? Mycosis fungoides and idiopathic CD4+ T-Iymphocytopenia -- ? Folliculotropic T-cell lymphoma with self-resolving eosinophil-rich lymphomatoid nodule -- ? Follicular cutaneous T-cell lymphoma (follicular mycosis fungoides) -- ? Mycosis fungoides/Sรฉzaryโ{128}{153}s syndrome presenting as generalized follicular mucinosis -- ? Dyshidrotic mycosis fungoides -- ? Ichthyosiform mycosis fungoides -- ? Lichenoid purpuric mycosis fungoides -- ? Granulomatous mycosis fungoides -- ? Granulomatous slack skin in a patient with mycosis fungoides -- ? Granulomatous slack skin -- ? Cutaneous T-cell lymphoma presenting as an erythroderma with generalized hyperpigmentation and highly elevated serum IgE -- ? Sezaryโ{128}{153}s syndrome and human immundeficiency virus negative Kaposiโ{128}{153}s sarcoma -- ? Clone-negative CD8+ Sรฉzary syndrome โ{128}{148} a prominent leukemic variant of erythrodemic actinic reticuloid -- ? Clonal granulomatous infiltrates in Sรฉzaryโ{128}{153}s syndrome -- ? Regional lymphomatoid papulosis -- ? Primary cutaneous anaplastic large-cell CD30+ lymphoma in a child -- ? Primary cutaneous CD30+ large-cell lymphoma with natural killer-cell phenotype and the t(2;5) translocation -- ? Primary cutaneous CD8+ T-cell lymphoma (mycosis fungoides-like type) -- ? CD8+ cutaneous T-cell lymphoproliferative disorder -- ? Aggressive CD8+ epidermotropic cytotoxic T-cell lymphoma -- ? NK/T-cell CD4+ CD56+ cutaneous lymphoma -- ? Primary cutaneous Natural-killer cell lymphoma -- ? Hydroa vacciniforme; a T-cell proliferative disorder associated with latent EB virus infection -- ? Subcutaneous panniculitis-like T-cell lymphoma -- ? Subcutaneous panniculitis-like T-cell lymphoma -- ? T-zone lymphoma with involvement of the skin -- ? Cutaneous peripheral T-cell lymphoma presenting as sudden fever and rash -- ? T-cell signet-ring cell proliferation of the skin -- ? B-cell-rich cutaneous T-cell lymphoma -- ? Cutaneous B-lymphoblastic lymphoma -- ? Precursor B-lymphoblastic lymphoma with skin involvement -- ? Disseminated lymphocytoma cutis with conjunctival lesions -- ? Cutaneous B-cell lymphoma (MALT) associated with Borrelia burgdorferi infection -- ? Large B-cell lymphoma of the leg recurring as intravascular large-cell lymphoma -- ? Cutaneous B-cell lymphoma and benign cutaneous hyperplasia associated with anetoderma -- ? Reversible lymphoma due to methotrexate therapy in a patient with rheumatoid arthritis -- ? B-cell chronic lymphocytic leukemia at the site of herpes simplex scar -- ? Leukemia cutis in acute monocytic leukemia -- ? CD56+ acute myeloid leukemia with involvement of the skin -- ? Adult T-cell lymphoma/leukemia -- ? A cutaneous variant of adult T-cell leukemia mimicking pityriasis lichenoides et varioliformis acuta (PLEVA) -- ? Aleukemic leukemia cutis -- ? Sinus histiocytosis with lymphadenopathy (Rosai-Dorfman disease) -- ? Primary cutaneous Rosai-Dorfman disease with fatal outcome -- ? Kikuchiโ{128}{153}s disease involving lymph node and skin -- ? Angiolymphoid hyperplasia with eosinophilia and clonal T-cell population -- ? Lymphoepithelioma-like carcinoma of the skin

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