Lymphocytic Infiltrates

Fiona Child, Sean J. Whittaker


This chapter includes a collection of cutaneous lymphocytic infiltrates with differing and sometimes overlapping clinical, histopathological and immunophenotypic features. These are chronic in nature, composed predominately of B or T lymphocytes and can be difficult to differentiate from cutaneous lymphoma.
Keywords pseudolymphoma, cutaneous lymphoid hyperplasia, lymphocytoma cutis, pityriasis lichenoides, febrile ulceronecrotic Mucha–Habermann disease, parapsoriasis, digitate dermatosis, chronic superficial scaly dermatosis, Jessner's lymphocytic infiltrate


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