[Cutaneous T-cell lymphoma bullosa: 2 cases].Ann Dermatol Venereol. 2003 Jun-Jul; 130(6-7):639-42.AD
Since the first case described by Kaposi in 1887, bullous forms of cutaneous T-cell lymphomas are extremely.
We describe an unusual case of mycosis fungoides bullosa with palmoplantar dyshidrosis-like eruption and, to our knowledge, the first case of pleomorphic cutaneous T-cell lymphoma bullosa.
Cutaneous T-cell lymphoma bullosa can be very misleading, particularly when the bullous lesions are inaugural. Differential diagnosis have to be excluded (autoimmune blistering diseases or contact dermatitis during topical treatment of lymphoma or bacterial or viral cutaneous infections) by biopsy, direct immunofluorescence and bacteriological examinations. In these cutaneous lymphoma bullosa, the blisters appear to de due to excessive epidermotropism and/or toxicity of the tumoral infiltrate.