Photochemotherapy in cutaneous T cell lymphoma and parapsoriasis en plaques. Long-term follow-up in forty-three patients.

@article{Rosenbaum1985PhotochemotherapyIC,
  title={Photochemotherapy in cutaneous T cell lymphoma and parapsoriasis en plaques. Long-term follow-up in forty-three patients.},
  author={Michael Rosenbaum and Henry H Roenigk and Walter A. Caro and A H Esker},
  journal={Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology},
  year={1985},
  volume={13 4},
  pages={613-22}
}
Forty-three patients with clinical plaque- and tumor-stage mycosis fungoides, the erythrodermic/Sézary syndrome variant of mycosis fungoides, and parapsoriasis en plaques were treated with oral psoralens and ultraviolet A (PUVA). Pretreatment skin biopsies, evaluated by light microscopy, revealed seventeen diagnostic, seventeen suggestive, and nine nonspecific specimens. Clinical and histologic parameters were followed for an average of 38.4 months (range, 4-67 months). Twenty-five patients had… CONTINUE READING