Fulminant Progression of Peripheral T-Cell Lymphoma with Skin Involvement Mimicking Zona Zoster: Letter to Editor

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Sinan Demircioglu
Ismet Aydogdu
Mehmet Ali Erkurt
Iclal Gurses
Irfan Kuku
Emin Kaya
Onur Ozhan

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We report a male patient with a diagnosis of peripheral T-cell lymphoma. After a two months of remission, he relapsed and died during the salvage therapy. Peripheral Tcell lymphomas are aggressive and have a poor prognosis. Patients should be evaluated quickly as chemotherapy success rate is low. Bone marrow transplantation should be kept in mind for treatment.

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Demircioglu, S., Aydogdu, I., Ali Erkurt, M., Gurses, I., Kuku, I., Kaya, E., & Ozhan, O. (2021). Fulminant Progression of Peripheral T-Cell Lymphoma with Skin Involvement Mimicking Zona Zoster: Letter to Editor . Annals of Medical Research, 19(1), 0057–0058. Retrieved from https://www.annalsmedres.org/index.php/aomr/article/view/3695
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