Lymphoprolifération CD8+ indolente du nez

@article{Milley2012LymphoprolifrationCI,
  title={Lymphoprolif{\'e}ration CD8+ indolente du nez},
  author={Sarah Milley and N. Bories and Brigitte Balme and Luc Thomas and Stéphane Dalle},
  journal={Annales De Dermatologie Et De Venereologie},
  year={2012},
  volume={139},
  pages={812-817}
}
Resume Introduction La lymphoproliferation CD8+ indolente non epidermotrope de l’oreille a ete rapportee recemment dans la litterature par Petrella et al. Il s’agit d’une entite distincte a rapprocher des lymphomes cutanes T. Nous rapportons ici un cas de lymphoproliferation indolente CD8+ « de l’oreille » atteignant l’arete nasale et colligeons quelques cas recemment publies dans la litterature. Observation Une femme de 87 ans consultait pour une lesion papuleuse pigmentee de l’arete nasale… Expand
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