Cutaneous B-cell lymphoma
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|Author(s)||Shamir Geller · Ash Marghoob|
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|Status update||November 23, 2017|
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Glossary:General medicine, Glossary:Lymphoma, Glossary:Primary cutaneous B-cell lymphoma Cite:Cutaneous B-cell lymphoma Message:Cutaneous B-cell lymphoma Participate:Cutaneous B-cell lymphoma
Only few studies evaluated the diagnostic value of dermoscopy in cutaneous B-cell lymphomas. Primary cutaneous B-cell lymphomas are classified into 3 main types: primary cutaneous marginal zone lymphoma, primary cutaneous follicle center lymphoma, and primary cutaneous diffuse large B-cell lymphoma – leg type, and all three types show similar dermoscopic characteristics. Although not specific, the most common dermoscopic features are salmon-colored background/area and blood vessels, most frequently serpentine (linear irregular) vessels. White circles were also reported to be a common finding. Other vascular morphologies, scaling or ulceration can be seen less frequently.
Dermoscopy can assist in distinguishing between cutaneous B-cell lymphoma and other differential diagnoses that present as solitary or grouped pink lesions.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Geller et al.: Dermoscopy and the diagnosis of primary cutaneous B-cell lymphoma. J Eur Acad Dermatol Venereol 2017; PMID: 28846171. DOI.
- ↑ Mascolo et al.: Dermoscopy Pattern, Histopathology and Immunophenotype of Primary Cutaneous B-Cell Lymphoma Presenting as a Solitary Skin Nodule. Dermatology 2016;232:203-207. PMID: 26694025. DOI.