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SECONDARY CUTANEOUS B-CELL LYMPHOMA, FOLLICULAR CENTER CELL TYPE (1997 Uniformed Services Dermatology Seminar, Case#15B) submitted by: Mark W. Cobb, CAPT, MC, USN

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Diagnosis: SECONDARY CUTANEOUS B-CELL LYMPHOMA, FOLLICULAR CENTER CELL TYPE (1997 Uniformed Services Dermatology Seminar, Case#15B) submitted by: Mark W. Cobb, CAPT, MC, USN

History: patient was well until April,1996, when he developed an asymptomatic lesion on the right cheek. He subsequently developed multiple lesions on the face, upper trunk, and shoulders and cervical adenopathy. A skin biopsy from the back in November, 1996 was diagnosed as malignant lymphoma, B-cell, follicular center cell origin. Further work-up at NNMC revealed: (1) biopsy of two cervical lymph nodes - malignant lymphoma, indolent, bcl-2 and L-26 positive, consistent with B-phenotype, follicular center cell origin; (2) CT scans of chest, abdomen, and pelvis - multiple prominent cervical nodes up to 1 cm, multiple enlarged mesenteric nodes up to 1.5 cm, splenomegaly, and malrotation of the gut; (3) bone marrow biopsy - changes suggestive of lymphoma.

Exam: Multiple pink to violaceous indurated dermal and subcutaneous papules, plaques, and nodules involving he cheeks, temples, and upper trunk. Enlarged submental and right posterior cervical lymph nodes are present. LABORATORY: CBC and blood chemistries - normal HISTOPATHOLOGY: skin, back: Malignant lymphoma, B-cell, follicular center cell origin.

No MeSH data available.


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SECONDARY CUTANEOUS B-CELL LYMPHOMA, FOLLICULAR CENTER CELL TYPE (1997 Uniformed Services Dermatology Seminar, Case#15B) submitted by: Mark W. Cobb, CAPT, MC, USN

Cirivello MJC - MedPix

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MPX1125_synpic16653: SECONDARY CUTANEOUS B-CELL LYMPHOMA, FOLLICULAR CENTER CELL TYPE

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: SECONDARY CUTANEOUS B-CELL LYMPHOMA, FOLLICULAR CENTER CELL TYPE (1997 Uniformed Services Dermatology Seminar, Case#15B) submitted by: Mark W. Cobb, CAPT, MC, USN

History: patient was well until April,1996, when he developed an asymptomatic lesion on the right cheek. He subsequently developed multiple lesions on the face, upper trunk, and shoulders and cervical adenopathy. A skin biopsy from the back in November, 1996 was diagnosed as malignant lymphoma, B-cell, follicular center cell origin. Further work-up at NNMC revealed: (1) biopsy of two cervical lymph nodes - malignant lymphoma, indolent, bcl-2 and L-26 positive, consistent with B-phenotype, follicular center cell origin; (2) CT scans of chest, abdomen, and pelvis - multiple prominent cervical nodes up to 1 cm, multiple enlarged mesenteric nodes up to 1.5 cm, splenomegaly, and malrotation of the gut; (3) bone marrow biopsy - changes suggestive of lymphoma.

Exam: Multiple pink to violaceous indurated dermal and subcutaneous papules, plaques, and nodules involving he cheeks, temples, and upper trunk. Enlarged submental and right posterior cervical lymph nodes are present. LABORATORY: CBC and blood chemistries - normal HISTOPATHOLOGY: skin, back: Malignant lymphoma, B-cell, follicular center cell origin.

No MeSH data available.