Cutaneous B-cell lymphoma
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|Cutaneous B-cell lymphoma|
Cutaneous B-cell lymphomas constitute a group of diseases that occur less commonly than cutaneous T-cell lymphoma, and are characterized histologically by B-cells that appear similar to those normally found in germinal centers of lymph nodes.: 741 Conditions included in this group are:: 740–743
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