Lymphoma of the skin.

@article{Connors2002LymphomaOT,
  title={Lymphoma of the skin.},
  author={Joseph M. Connors and Eric D. Hsi and Francine M Foss},
  journal={Hematology. American Society of Hematology. Education Program},
  year={2002},
  pages={
          263-82
        }
}
This chapter describes the various ways in which the non-Hodgkin's lymphomas can involve the skin, how these diseases should be assessed, standard treatments available in 2002, and new directions in research. The goal of the session is to succinctly review recent developments in lymphoma classification and treatment as they apply to the unique aspects of lymphoma when manifest in the skin. In Section I, Dr. Eric Hsi reviews the special characteristics of the lymphomas seen when they proliferate… Expand
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