Jessner's lymphocytic infiltrate responding to oral auranofin

@article{Hafejee2004JessnersLI,
  title={Jessner's lymphocytic infiltrate responding to oral auranofin},
  author={A Hafejee and Sandra Maria Winhoven and Ian H. Coulson},
  journal={Journal of Dermatological Treatment},
  year={2004},
  volume={15},
  pages={331 - 332}
}
Jessner's lymphocytic infiltrate is a chronic benign T cell disorder with annular erythematous plaques found mainly on sun exposed sites. Topical and intralesional steroids, antimalarials, thalidomide and prozaquone have been used in treatment with variable success. We report a case of a 38 year old man who responded to oral auranofin after failing more established therapies. 
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