Ferenc Bozsó

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In intravascular (angiotropic) lymphoma, malignant, mainly B-cell proliferation presumably can be found within the small vessels of the skin or the central nervous system [5]. Obliterations of capillaries, venules, and small arteries are responsible for the clinical signs. Erythematous papules, teleangiectasias, and paresthesias as well as other bizarre(More)
The cutaneous angiotropic lymphoma has a poor prognosis. The diagnosis and the treatment are usually late. The mortality rate is over 80% and the majority of patients die within a year because of the tumorous infiltration of parenchymal organs. The authors report here the medical history and follow up of a still living patient suffering from cutaneous(More)
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