Pautrier microabscess

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Pau·tri·er mi·cro·ab·scess

(pō-trē-ā'),
a microscopic lesion in the epidermis, seen in mycosis fungoides; it is composed of the same type of atypical mononuclear cells as those that form the infiltrate in the corium.
Synonym(s): Pautrier abscess

Pautrier microabscess

[pôtrēyā′]
Etymology: Lucien M.A. Pautrier, French dermatologist, 1876-1959; Gk, mikros, small; L, abscedere, to go away
an accumulation of intensely staining mononuclear cells in the epidermis characterizing malignant lymphoma of the skin, especially mycosis fungoides. See also mycosis fungoides.

Pau·tri·er mi·cro·ab·scess

(pō-trē-ā' mī'krō-ab'ses)
A microscopic lesion in the epidermis, seen in mycosis fungoides; it is composed of the same type of atypical mononuclear cells as those that form the infiltrate in the corium.

Pautrier,

Lucien M.A., French dermatologist, 1876-1959.
Pautrier abscess - Synonym(s): Pautrier microabscess
Pautrier microabscess - a microscopic lesion in the epidermis, seen in mycosis fungoides. Synonym(s): Pautrier abscess

Pautrier microabscess

see Pautrier microabscess.