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A 68-year-old black woman with systemic lupus erythematosus being managed by systemic corticosteroids developed large ulcerated lesions in a dermatomal distribution on the flank and abdomen. Subsequently, large ulcers developed progressively in the perianal region, the buttocks, the perivaginal region, and the thighs. The clinical diagnosis was vasculitis(More)
We report a case of cutaneous T-lymphocyte lymphoma in which multiple myeloma, a B-lymphocyte neoplasm, developed. We also review the emerging evidence on the immunoregulatory capacity of neoplastic T lymphocytes. Our case clinically supports the notion that neoplastic T lymphocytes may sometimes express helper activity for a specific B-lymphocyte clone(More)
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