angiotropic lymphomaA lesion first described as a neoplastic vascular proliferation, angiotropic lymphoma was later was shown to be either a B-cell or, less commonly, a T-cell lymphoma with a predilection for intravascular spaces.
Onset with multiple indurated and erythematous plaques or papules mimicking erythema nodosum; fever; neurologic signs; minimal involvement of lymph nodes, bone marrow and spleen.
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Intravascular large cell lymphoma that is typically found in the blood vessels of the skin and central nervous system and is often rapidly fatal.
Current treatment is based on polychemotherapy.
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