T cell lymphoblastic lymphoma

    The entity will be discussed at the upcoming 2014 Dermpedia Comprehensive Review of Cutaneous Hematopathology CME Course in Scottsdale, AZ

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    Acute B cell lymphoblastic leukemia/lymphoma

    The case and the  entity will be discussed at the upcoming 2014 Dermpedia Comprehensive Review of Cutaneous Hematopathology in Scottsdale, AZ.

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    Large Granular Cell Lymphoma/Lymphocytosis

    The entities will be discussed at upcoming 2014 Dermpedia Comprehensive Review of Cutaneous Hematopathology CME Course in Scottsdale, AZ.

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    Prolymphocytic T cell lymphoma

    The case and the entity will be presented at 2014 Dermpedia Comprehensive Review of Dermatopathology CME Course in Scottsdale.

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    Flow-cytometry in diagnosis of Sezary Syndrome

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    Case 2 for 2014 Dermpedia Hematopathology Conference.

    The patient was a 77 year old Caucasian male with a 6 year history  history of a single stable erythematous plaque on left buttock. Additional studies relevealed oligoclonal gene rearrangement studies in the blood with flow cytometry showing that 25% of lymphoid cells were large granular cells with CD3+, CD8+ and CD57+ phenotype.

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    Case 1 for 2014 Dermpedia Hematopathology Conference.

    A 37 year old Caucasian male with prior history of eczema presented with recurring (1 year) dry pruritic patches on the left mid back and the rigth proximal hip.

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    Case 4 for 2014 Dermpedia Hematopathology Conference.

    The patient was a 44 year old female with established diagnosis of erythrodermic mycosis fungoides/Sezary Syndrome who underwent biopsy of enlarged lymph nodes for staging purposes.

    Is there evidence of lymph node involvement by mycosis fungoides?

     

    The case will be discussed at the upcoming 2014 Cutaneous Hematopathology Conference in Scottsdale, AZ.

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    Left forehead mass

    6 month old male with a left forehead mass that appeared 6 weeks ago. 

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    Langerhans Cell Tumor

    The patient was a 54 year old male diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia in 2008. He received induction therapy with decitabine, daunorubicin, and cytarabine.  At the time of admission for induction therapy, the patient was noted to have multiple subutaneous nodules involving lower extremities  and forearm.   Chemotherapy induced complete remission.

    Unusual rash with histiocytic infiltrate

    47 year old male with a history of psoriasis presented to the dermatologist with two asymptomatic red brown dome shaped papules on the abdomen.

    A childhood disease in an adult

    59 year old female with bilateral erythematous eruption affecting the intertriginous region of the breast.

     

    Progressively growing nodule on the scalp

    56 year old female with a history of a progressively growing erythematous nodule on the scalp.

    Case to be discussed at upcoming Dermpedia Cutaneous Hematopathology CME Course in Scottsdale, AZ

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    Erythematous nodule on the right thigh

    62 year old female presented with an erythematous nodule on the right thigh of 7 months of evolution. Her past medical history is remarkable for gastroesophageal reflux disease.

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    Erythematous patches of Mycosis Fungoides that become eroded

    64 year old man diagnosed with Mycosis Fungoides two years ago that evolved to eroded patches.

     

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    Indolent variant of a bad lymphoma

    The patient is a 32 year old female with a history of waxing and waning plaques involving the thighs since 2000. A biopsy was performed in 2001 and interpreted as lupus profundus. She had recurrent episodes despite plaquenil and has now developed refractory plaques and has fever with cytopenias.  

    A mimic of subcutaneous panniculitic T cell lymphoma or a real thing?

    The patient is a 32 year old female with a several year history of waxing and waning plaques involving the thigh and upper arms. The most recent episode has become recalcitrant and is accompanied by  fevers.

     

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    A mimic of subcutaneous panniculitic T cell lymphoma

    The patient is a 25 year old  with recurrent indurations and nodules involving the thigh and lower calf.

     

    The patient had no other accompanying symptoms.

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