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Synonyms for fungoid

resembling fungi


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Mycosis fungoides of the mastoid, middle ear, and CNS: Literature review of mycosis fungoides of the CNS.
The cutaneous T cell lymphoma, mycosis fungoides, is a human T-cell lymphotrophic virus-associated disease.
Apparently, people can carry fragments of the virus without developing mycosis fungoides or leukemia, says Zucker-Franklin.
T-cell lymphoma (lim-FO-ma): A cancer of the immune system that appears in the skin; also called mycosis fungoides.
Mycosis Fungoides (and Sezary Syndrome) is a lymphoma of the skin which, scientists believe, is caused by the uncontrolled growth of lymphocytes derived from the T4 or T helper subset.
A large scale analytical study on efficacy of different photo (chemo) therapeutic modalities in the treatment of psoriasis, vitiligo and mycosis fungoides.
Several differentials need to be ruled out once PMH is considered including pityriasis alba, post-inflammatory hypopigmentation, idiopathic guttate hypomelanosis and hypopigmented mycosis fungoides.
Based on the clinical features and aforesaid investigations, the differential diagnoses of nodular/histoid leprosy, reticulohistiocytosis, subcutaneous sarcoidosis, cutaneous localised leishmaniasis, lymphocytoma cutis, mycosis fungoides and post kala azar dermal Leishmaniasis were considered.
In addition, many types of cutaneous lymphoma can have similar histomorphologic features--for example, some tumoral lesions of mycosis fungoides (MF) with large cell transformation cannot be reliably distinguished from anaplastic large cell lymphoma or lymphomatoid papulosis by hematoxylin-eosin sections or even IHC.
In the patch stage of mycosis fungoides, the ring-shaped rash can appear similar to psoriasis or chronic eczema, but can sometimes last years to even decades.
marketing approval for the treatment of early stage (stages I-IIA) mycosis fungoides, the most common type of Cutaneous T-Cell Lymphoma (CTCL).
Among the nine skin biopsies performed, only one was compatible with mycosis fungoides, the remaining being suggestive of drug erup-tion or eczema.
1-4 Mycosis fungoides, burns, traumatic facial abrasions may very rarely be complicated by KVE.
The cutaneous T cell lymphomas (CTCL) include diverse malignancies: mycosis fungoides (MF), Sezary syndrome, lymphomatoid papulosis (LyP), anaplastic large-cell lymphoma (ALCL) and many less known varieties.