mycosis fungoides plaque stage; Mycosis fungoides plaque stage
Clinical featuresThis section has been translated automatically.
- Large-area, clearly increased consistency of the plaques. The previously eczema-like foci, which become more prominent in un-tanned skin and can largely disappear in summer, increasingly increase their clinical presence with constant localisation. Itching increasingly stronger. They spread, with a tendency to confluence and increasing flattening of consistency.
- Colour: Strong red.
- Lymphadenopathy is possible and usually non-specific.
Note(s)This section has been translated automatically.
To clinic, therapy, pictures and stage classification of Mycosis fungoides s. there.
LiteratureThis section has been translated automatically.
- Berger E et al (2011) Mycosis fungoides stage IB progressing to cutaneous tumors. Dermatol Online J 17:5
- Dalton SR et al (2012) Eosinophils in mycosis fungoides: an uncommon finding in the patch and plaque stages. At J Dermatopathol 34:586-591
- Oschlies I et al (2013) Mycosis fungoides or inflammatory dermatitis: differential diagnosis between early lymphoma and inflammation in skin biopsies. Pathologist 34:215-224
- Talpur R et al (2012) Long-term outcomes of 1,263 patients with mycosis fungoides and Sézary syndrome from 1982 to 2009, Clin Cancer Res 18:5051-560
- Terada T et al (2013) Mycosis fungoides in plaque stage with pronounced eosinophilic infiltration, folliculotropism, and concomitant invasive squamous cell carcinoma. Int J Clin Exp Pathol 6:749-756
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