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Fast Facts Diagnosing Cutaneous T-Cell Lymphoma PDF

Fast Facts Diagnosing Cutaneous T-Cell Lymphoma PDF

Fast Facts PDF
Author Paul L. Haun
File size 2 MB
Year 2016
Pages 96
Language English
File format PDF
Category Oncology
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Book Description
Although many cutaneous T-cell lymphomas (CTCLs) run a generally indolent clinical course prompt and accurate diagnosis should be the rule not the exception. In today’s changing environment of medical care patients may have to wait to see a dermatologist even one without expertise in CTCL such that the challenge of swift and accurate diagnosis often lies with primary care providers and pathologists. Without the correct history description of lesions and clinical work-up a clinicopathological correlation is difficult to reach. We have written this concise text specifically to help primary care providers pathologists and general dermatologists recognize some of the clinical presentations histopathological patterns and work-up needed for the diagnosis of CTCL. The clinical presentation of CTCLs can vary greatly (many consider it one of the ‘great mimickers’) and the histopathology and ancillary molecular studies performed to assist in the diagnosis of CTCL can be difficult to recognize analyze and interpret. Furthermore the clinical behavior and treatment responses of primary cutaneous lymphomas are frequently very different to their nodal counterparts making accurate diagnosis essential for management. Recognition of an atypical rash by the astute practitioner can lead to earlier biopsies. In turn if given a strong clinical history the pathologist can make informed decisions with respect to the histopathology findings under the microscope. This teamwork is the cornerstone of the robust clinicopathological correlation that is crucial to the diagnosis of CTCL.
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