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The Approach to the Patient with Cutaneous Lymphoma
Tuesday, March 25
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Jo-Ann Latkowski, MD, FAAD
- Laura Pincus, MD, FAAD
- Debjani Sahni, MBBS
Following this course, the attendee should be able to:
- Diagnose mycosis fungoides and recognize its clinical variants and conditions that mimic it clinically and histologically.
- Classify patient's cutaneous T-cell lymphoma utilizing latest classification scheme along with clinical and histological components.
- Evaluate and stage patient with CTCL in order to develop prognosis and treatment plan.
The diagnosis and management of Cutaneous T-cell Lymphoma (CTCL) is challenging due to multiple clinical and histological variants as well as mimickers. In this session, we will begin with a discussion of classic CTCL and common mimickers of mycosis fungoides (MF). Clinical and histological variants of CTCL will be reviewed in order to facilitate the recognition and classification of CTCL. All stages of CTCL will be presented as well as systemic evaluation for CTCL patients.
|Tuesday, March 25|
|10:00 AM||CTCL overview and mimickers of MF / Dr. Latkowski|
|10:30 AM||Clinical and Histologic Variants of CTCL / Dr. Pincus|
|11:10 AM||CTCL tumors and staging / Sahni|