Cutaneous tumors as the initial presentation of non-T, non-B, nonmyeloid CD4+ CD56+ hematolymphoid malignancy in an adolescent boy.

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We describe a 14-year-old Hispanic boy who presented with a 2-month history of enlarging plum-colored cutaneous tumors on his face, trunk, and proximal extremities. Histopathologic examination showed nodular infiltrates of malignant mononuclear cells extending from the superficial dermis to the deep subcutis. Immunohistochemical staining of the biopsy… (More)

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@article{Fass2005CutaneousTA, title={Cutaneous tumors as the initial presentation of non-T, non-B, nonmyeloid CD4+ CD56+ hematolymphoid malignancy in an adolescent boy.}, author={Jonathan Fass and Elizabeth H Tichy and Eric W. Kraus and Jennifer L. Herrick and Aamir Ehsan and J. H. Peterson and Ronald E Grimwood}, journal={Pediatric dermatology}, year={2005}, volume={22 1}, pages={19-22} }