G. E. GORSUCH
A discussion of the cutaneous lymphoblastomas traditionally includes not only the primary and secondary cutaneous manifestations of the lymphomas but also those of the various types of leukemia cutis (myelogenous, lymphatic, monocytic and their subleukemic forms), and mycosis fungoides. These diseases are closely related and have similar cutaneous manifestations.1 Up to 40% of patients with a lymphoblastoma will show cutaneous signs during the course of their disease. Most of these manifestations are nonspecific, and include every known type of skin lesion, whether generalized or local.2, 3 The specific cutaneous lesions resulting from direct and frequently multiple neoplastic infiltrations into the
GORSUCH GE. CUTANEOUS LYMPHOBLASTOMA: A CASE OF RETICULUM CELL SARCOMA WITH PROMINENT SKIN MANIFESTATIONS AND A BRIEF BUT DRAMATIC REMISSION WITH PREDNISONE THERAPY1. Ann Intern Med. 1958;49:454–459. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-49-2-454
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