Lymphomatoid Papulosis Developing in an Mycosis Fungoides Lesion after Narrow Band UVB Phototherapy and Topical Corticosteroid Application
- Lymphomatoid Papulosis Developing in an Mycosis Fungoides Lesion after Narrow Band UVB Phototherapy and Topical Corticosteroid Application
- 신동훈; 박정영; 최종수; 배영경
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- Korean Journal of Dermatology, v.51, no.10, pp.801 - 805
- Patients with lymphomatoid papulosis have other lymphomas in 10��20% of cases, most commonly mycosis fungoides, Hodgkin's disease, and anaplastic large cell lymphoma. In a series involving at least 40 patients with lymphomatoid papulosis, the association of lymphomatoid papulosis with mycosis fungoides ranged from approximately 7% to 18%. It is most important to distinguish lymphomatoid papulosis from CD30-positive large cell transformation of mycosis fungoides. Both conditions can be distinguished on clinical grounds, and clinical course is often the only distinguishing feature. We report a case of lymphomatoid papulosis developing in an mycosis fungoides lesion in a patient who received 3 rounds of narrow band UVB photomerapy and topical corticosteroid application.
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