1999
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.135.8.907
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Management of Cutaneous Lymphomas Using a Multidisciplinary Approach

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“…These patients were all evaluated at least once in a multidisciplinary lymphoma conference in which all clinical, pathologic, and laboratory studies were reviewed. 16 We compared immunostaining results with antibodies to CD45RB and CD45RO on paraffin-embedded biopsy specimens of these patients with immunostaining on biopsy specimens of individuals with a clinical and histologic diagnosis of contact dermatitis (n = 15). These known contact dermatitis patients had acute onset of a localized cutaneous eruption, with histopathology showing spongiotic dermatitis, sometimes with Langerhans cell microgranulomas, a useful clue in the diagnosis of contact dermatitis.…”
Section: Patientsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…These patients were all evaluated at least once in a multidisciplinary lymphoma conference in which all clinical, pathologic, and laboratory studies were reviewed. 16 We compared immunostaining results with antibodies to CD45RB and CD45RO on paraffin-embedded biopsy specimens of these patients with immunostaining on biopsy specimens of individuals with a clinical and histologic diagnosis of contact dermatitis (n = 15). These known contact dermatitis patients had acute onset of a localized cutaneous eruption, with histopathology showing spongiotic dermatitis, sometimes with Langerhans cell microgranulomas, a useful clue in the diagnosis of contact dermatitis.…”
Section: Patientsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The initial evaluation of a patient diagnosed with CTCL may include a multidisciplinary approach at a specialty center encompassing an oncologist, dermatologist, a clinical psychologist (Jawed et al, 2014a;Parry et al, 1999), pathologists, social worker, nurses, and radiation oncologists (Lessin & Porcu, 2010). Jawed et al (2014b) recommend to perform a total body skin examination and lymph node palpation and to formally score the skin tumor burden using the modified severity-weighted assessment tool with use of body surface area involvement.…”
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“…Effective patient education in patients with chronic disease through a comprehensive strategy has been linked to adherence to treatment (Gold & McClung, 2006). However, in this case, patient education should be commenced by the referring clinical team at the stage of referral reserving extensive conversation about disease diagnosis, management, and prognosis for the CTCL specialist team (Parry et al, 1999).…”
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“…The diagnosis of mycosis fungoides (MF) early stage needs a multidisciplinary approach based on clinical, histological, immunohistochemical, ultrastructural, molecular biological and genetic data [1]. Despite this, diagnostic specificity and sensitivity are not very high, and this may cause delay in the treatment of patients.…”
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