Welcome international healthcare professionals

This site is no longer supported and will not be updated with new content. You are welcome to browse and download all content already included in the site. Please note you will have to register your email address to access the site.

You are here

Non-mycosis fungoides cutaneous T-cell lymphomas: report of the 2011 society for hematopathology/european association for haematopathology workshop

Quintanilla-Martinez L, Jansen PM, Kinney MC, Swerdlow SH, Willemze R.

Am J Clin Pathol. Apr 2013;139(4), Pages 491-514.

 

Abstract

Primary cutaneous T-cell lymphomas (CTCL) excluding mycosis fungoides (MF) were discussed in 2 sessions of the 2011 Society for Hematopathology/ European Association of Haematopathology Workshop, Los Angeles, CA. Session 2 focused on primary cutaneous CD30+ T-cell lymphoproliferative disorders and their differential diagnosis, including systemic CD30+ T-cell lymphoma secondarily infiltrating the skin. Interesting features like special morphologic variants and atypical phenotypes were presented. In addition, the possibility of rare ALK+ primary cutaneous lymphomas was discussed. Session 3 examined other more uncommon non-MF CTCLs, including subcutaneous panniculitis-like T-cell lymphoma, extranodal NK/T-cell lymphoma, hydroa vacciniforme-like T-cell lymphoma, and rare subtypes of primary cutaneous peripheral T-cell lymphoma, not otherwise specified. In addition, systemic T-cell lymphomas involving the skin secondarily, such as angioimmunoblastic T-cell lymphoma, were included in this session. In this report, novel findings, areas of special interest, and diagnostic challenges emerging from the cases submitted to the workshop will be highlighted. The necessity to integrate histologic, immunophenotypical, genetic, and in particular, clinical data to arrive at the correct diagnosis, and subsequently provide adequate treatment, is emphasized.


E-Alert

Subscribe to our E-Alert to keep up to date with the new items in the Resource Centre


Search this site

Search form