Thursday, March 6, 2008, 7:30 PM
Convention Center 201
“Atypical” Lymphoid Infiltrates
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BRUCE SMOLLER University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Little Rock, AR
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Submitted by: Victor G. Prieto
51-year-old white woman who developed red, indurated nodules involving her bilateral inner thighs. Clinical diagnosis: Panniculitis / abscess.
15 year-old female with 4-week history of a rapidly appearing nodule on left lower eyelid.
Patient recalls a spider in her bed before the nodule appeared.
Patient has a history of ulcerative colitis s/p colon resection with stable disease on 6-mercaptopurine.
An 87 year old man with gout began taking allopurinol 3 months prior to presentation. At presentation he has blanchable, erythematous macules coalescing into patches over trunck and extremities. The clinical impression is drug hypersensitivity vs CTCL.
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