Generalized telangiectasia as the major manifestation of angiotropic (intravascular) lymphoma.
- Published Article
The British journal of dermatology
- Publication Date
Sep 01, 1997
We report a 60-year-old woman with B-cell angiotropic lymphoma who presented with generalized telangiectasia and indurated plaques. Cutaneous involvement in angiotropic lymphoma has a wide clinical spectrum. Telangiectasia on associated cutaneous lesions is expected, but generalized telangiectasia over normal skin was a striking feature of our patient.
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