PMID: 698912Sep 1, 1978Paper

Cutaneous Hodgkin's disease: indolent course and control with chemotherapy

Cancer
J Rubins

Abstract

A case of nodulat sclerosing Hodgkin's disease in an elderly woman is presented. Following radiotherapy, widespread lymphomatous skin lesions developed anatomically unrelated to her nodal disease. These lesions have been controlled, but not eliminated by chemotherapy. Cutaneous manifestations of Hodgkin's disease are discussed including the possible pathologic mechanism in the present case. Skin involvement by Hodgkin's disease may follow a relatively benign course, provided disease elsewhere is treated appropriately.

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