2010, Number 1
Rev Med Hosp Gen Mex 2010; 73 (1)
Mercadillo-Pérez P, Soto-Morales M, Peniche-Castellanos A, Moreno-López LM
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ABSTRACTThe cutaneous follicle center-B cell lymphoma is a malignant lymphoma and consist of small, medium and large cleaved cells (centrocytes) admixed with centroblasts. We report the case of a 39-year-old male with dermatosis localized to anterior trunk. Dermatosis consisted of nodules or tumors with history of ten years. Hystopathological findings were: an infiltrate in dermis that consists of small, medium and large cleaved cells (centrocytes) admixed with centroblasts and tumor follicles. Diagnosis of cutaneous follicle center-B cell lymphoma was established. Treatment consisted on radiotherapy with good response of the tumors.