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1. Mycosis fungoides with an unusual clinicopathological presentation

Nasrin Saki; Fatemeh Sari Aslani; Jalal Hajizadeh; Mohammad Derayesh; Bahareh Kardeh

Volume 21, Issue 1 , 2018, , Pages 29-33


  It is a challenging task to diagnose mycosis fungoides (MF), a type of primary cutaneous lymphoma, in the early stages of its development, due to the unspecific presentations associated with the disease. Histopathology and immunohistochemistry conduce to a more definite diagnosis. Presence of atypical ...  Read More

2. Mycosis fungoides and alopecia areata: A case report

Rafiei Rana; Eftekhari Hojat; Granmayeh Siamak; Shafaei Sareh

Volume 19, Issue 3 , 2016, , Pages 97-100

  Mycosis fungoides (MF), the most common type of cutaneous T-cell lymphoma, is histologically characterized by atypical T lymphocytes with cerebriform nuclei that infiltrate the epidermis. Alope  Read More

3. Association between mycosis fungoides and human herpes virus 8: A case-control study

Nahidi Yalda; Meibodi Naser Tayyebi; Ghazvini Kiarash; Esmaeeli Habiballah; Nahidi Mahsa

Volume 18, Issue 4 , 2015, , Pages 163-168

  Background: Mycosis fungoides is the most common type of primary cutaneous T-cell lymphoma. Its etiopathogenesis, despite numerous studies, remains unclear. Environmental, viral, and genetic factors have been proposed as its potential etiologic factors. In recent years, viral agents of herpes virus family ...  Read More

4. The role of chemokines and chemokine receptors in mycosis fungoides

Azita Nikoo

Volume 14, Issue 3 , 2011, , Pages 100-105

  Background: Chemokines are a family of cytokines initially characterized by their capacity to induce chemotaxis, or directed leukocyte migrations. These receptors are activated by chemotactic cytokines called chemokines. Interactions between chemokines and chemokine receptors also are involved in tumorigenesis, ...  Read More

5. Ichthyosiform Parapsoriasis: report of a case

Hayedeh Ghani-Nejad; Mansour Nasiri-Kashani; Reza Mahmoud Robati; Pedram Mehryan; Alireza Alavi-nia; Soheil Fateh

Volume 10, Suppl.2 , 2007, , Pages 3-3

  Acquired ichthyosis is a known paraneoplastic sign of lymphoproliferative malignancies with non‌specific histopathologic findings revealing no implication of the underlying neoplasm. However, ichthyosiform eruption is considered as a specific manifestation of mycosis fungoides (MF), i.e., ichthyosiform ...  Read More

6. Bullous mycosis fungoides: report of a case

Pouran Layegh; Mohammad Reza Kalantari; Amir Omidvar-Borna; Yalda Nahidi

Volume 10, Suppl.2 , 2007, , Pages 10-10

  Mycosis fungoides is a common form of cutaneous T-cell lymphoma, with characteristic histopathology and chronic clinical course. Vesiculobullous mycosis fungoides is a rare occurrence. Here we present a 55-year-old man with multiple bullous plaques of one year duration who was finally diagnosed as a ...  Read More

7. Report of a rare case of bullous mycosis fungoides

Kamran Balighi; Fatemeh Moeineddin; Ahmadreza Rajaee; Azita Nikoo; Mostafa Mahdavi-nia

Volume 10, Suppl.2 , 2007, , Pages 12-12

  Mycosis fungicides (MF), on extremely rare occasions, can be associated with vesiculobullous eruptions. We describe a 74-year-old man with previous documented histopathologic diagnosis of poikilodermic type of MF who recently developed some flaccid acral bullae on erythemoatous MF plaque and normal skin. ...  Read More

9. Cutaneous lymphomas and pseudolymphomas: A ten-year study at Emam Reza and Omid hospitals in Mashhad, using immunohistochemical and new classification methods

AR Khooei; MR Keramat

Volume 8, Issue 3 , 2005, , Pages 201-210

  Background: Cutaneous lymphomas are monoclonal neoplastic proliferations of immune cells most frequently T or B cells that infiltrates skin. Development of new diagnostic methods, particularly those for immunophenotyping, have substantially changed classification of these neoplasms. These reasons prompted ...  Read More

10. Coexistence of Sezary syndrome with Kaposi's sarcoma: Report of a case with concurrent generalized dermatophyte infection

H Mortazavi; SN Emadi; F Farnaghi; H Seirafi; F Safar

Volume 7, Issue 3 , 2004, , Pages 171-178

  Immunosuppression is known to be associated with increased rate of malignancies and widespread dermatophytosis in the patients with sezary syndrome and this may account for the occurrence of Kaposi’s sarcoma and generalized dermatophytosis in patients in this report. Herein, we report a 58-year-old ...  Read More

11. Combination chemotherapy with Methotrexate, Fluorouracil and Leucovorin in advanced Mycosis Fungoides

M Shahidi Dadras; L Ataei

Volume 4, Issue 2 , 2001, , Pages 21-25

  Background: Mycosis fungoides (MF) is a cutaneous T cell lymphoma. There are only palliative treatments in advanced stages with no cure. Most chemotherapy regimens have temporary effects with various side effects. Objective: The objective of this study was to assess the efficacy of a new chemotherapy ...  Read More