Clinicoprognostic implications of head and neck involvement by mycosis fungoides: A retrospective cohort study.

Like Comment
The clinicoprognostic implications of head and neck involvement of mycosis fungoides (MF) are poorly understood.To evaluate the association of head and neck involvement on the clinicoprognostic features of MF.The clinical features and survival outcomes of patients with MF in a Korean academic medical center database were retrospectively evaluated according to the presence of head and neck involvement at diagnosis.Cases of MF with (group A, n = 39) and without (group B, n = 85) head and neck involvement at diagnosis were identified. Advanced-stage disease (stage IIB-IVB) was more common in group A (43.6%) than in group B (5.9%) (P


View the full article @ Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology


Get PDF with LibKey
Authors: Joon Min Jung, Hanju Yoo, Dong Jun Lim, Chong Hyun Won, Sung Eun Chang, Mi Woo Lee, Woo Jin Lee

ClinOwl

The wider, wiser view for healthcare professionals. ClinOwl signposts the latest clinical content from over 100 leading medical journals.
6584 Contributions
2 Followers
0 Following