Primary cutaneous T-cell lymphoma involving the cheek: an infant case with a unique clinicopathologic feature.


We report a clinicopathologic feature of primary cutaneous T-cell lymphoma (CTCL) in a five-year-old boy with increasing swelling of his cheek since two years of age. Histologically, an infiltrate of atypical lymphoid cells with mature T-cell phenotype and clonality was prominent from the dermis to the subcutaneous tissue of the cheek. Although little… (More)