Cutaneous T-cell lymphoma rarely involves the oral cavity. Only 14 detailed cases of oral cutaneous T-cell lymphoma have been described in the English-language literature; this report describes eight additional cases observed among 824 patients evaluated at our cutaneous T-cell lymphoma center since 1968. Oral involvement occurs late in the course of cutaneous T-cell lymphoma and usually is associated with poor prognosis; most patients die of disease complications within 3 years of the diagnosis of oral involvement.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Pathology and Forensic Medicine