Leukemic infiltration of perianal skin (leukemia cutis) is quite uncommon, and may consist of no diffuse infiltration, erythema, ulceration, fistula, and abscess. Diagnosis may be established by biopsy and adequate hematologic studies. Treatment must be conservative in patients with poorly controlled disease (sitz baths, antibiotics, radiotherapy… (More)
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