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Treatment of cutaneous T-cell lymphoma with the arotinoid Ro 13-6298.

Mycosis fungoides is a neoplasia immunologically defined as a cutaneous T cell lymphoma. It is an uncommon, chronic, and usually fatal disease that runs a progressive multistaged course. The present study describes a case of mycosis fungoides, limited to the skin, which was successfully controlled with the arotinoid Ro 13-6298. Review of the role of retinoids in dermatology and oncology is presented with a special emphasis on the arotinoid.[1]

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  1. Treatment of cutaneous T-cell lymphoma with the arotinoid Ro 13-6298. Tousignant, J., Raymond, G.P., Light, M.J. J. Am. Acad. Dermatol. (1987) [Pubmed]
 
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