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Kash, N; Ginter-Hanselmayer, G; Cerroni, L.
Cutaneous mycotic infections with pseudolymphomatous infiltrates.
AMER J DERMATOPATHOL. 2010; 32(5): 514-517.
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Cerroni Lorenzo
Ginter-Hanselmayer Gabriele
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Abstract:
We report on 3 patients with cutaneous mycotic infections (superficial dermatophytosis, 1 patient; trichophytia, 2 patients), who on histological examination revealed dense, superficial, and deep lymphoid infiltrates admixed with variable numbers of eosinophils and with large, atypical-looking, partly CD30-positive lymphocytes. All 3 patients had received steroid therapy (locally and/or orally) upon a clinical misdiagnosis of granuloma annulare. This unusual histopathologic presentation of cutaneous mycotic infections may be mistaken for a lymphoproliferative disorder, particularly for lymphomatoid papulosis.
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