Clinical manifestation

Patch/plaque stage: flat, erythematous patches, sometimes becoming more infiltrative and evolving into palpable, scaly plaques with irregular borders; alopecia if scalp is involved

Tumor stage: red-to-violaceous, exophytic and/or ulcerated nodules; generalized erythroderma

Pagetoid reticulosis (Woringer-Kolopp disease) variant: solitary, asymptomatic, slowly enlarging, well-defined, red, scaly plaque on the extremities Sezary variant: large number of circulating abnormal T cells; erythroderma; lymphade-nopathy

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