Primary Cutaneous lymphomas of B cell origin are rare, there remains a controversy in truly classifying these lymphomas and an updated EORTC classification divides them on the basis of their distinct histopthological grounds rather than on the basis of their anatomic location as in WHO classification, while the new WHO- EORTC joint classification maintains some characteristics of both systems, We report an elderly gentleman who primarily had a typical Leg dominant Cutaneous lymphoma of B cell origin uniquely with involvement of nasal Sinusues, bearing the Immunohistochemical staining features of "Cutaneous lymphoma - Leg Type" befitting the new joint WHO-EORTC classification of Cutaneous B cell Lymphoma.
Journal of the Pakistan Medical Association
(2008). Primary cutaneous B cell lymphoma--leg type (NEW EORTC--WHO classification), with nasal sinuses involvement. Journal of the Pakistan Medical Association, 58(5), 274-6.
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