Ana Clara Maia Palhano*
Ana Clara Maia Palhano1, Kaique Arriel1, Daniel Simão de Andrade1, Thaisa Bosquiroli Brandalize1, Thais Kohatsu Yanase1, Nilceo Schwery Michalany2, Carlos Eduardo Bacchi3 and Artur Antônio Duarte4
1Resident doctor at the Dermatology Service at Santo Amaro Medical School - UNISA - São Paulo (SP), Brazil
2Collaborating physician at the department of Pathology at the Federal University of São Paulo- UNIFESP - São Paulo (SP), Brazil
3Doctor at Laboratório Bacchi
4Full Professor of Dermatology and Coordinator of the Collagenosis, Psoriasis and Immunobiologicals ambulatory of the Dermatology Service at Santo Amaro Medical School - UNISA - São Paulo (SP), BrazilFulltext PDF
Intravascular Large B-Cell Lymphoma (IVLBCL) is a rare extranodal diffuse lymphoma type that can involve central nervous system, skin, and bone marrow. Here we present a case of a 64-year-old female patient found to have an intravascular large B-cell lymphoma diagnosed two years after the start of the cutaneous symptoms, with a 1-year delay on the diagnosis. We aim to report this rare case due to a diagnosis defined only with skin biopsy and immunohistochemical and add more data concerning the disease.
Ana Clara Maia Palhano, Kaique Arriel, Daniel Simão de Andrade, Thaisa Bosquiroli Brandalize, Thais Kohatsu Yanase, Nilceo Schwery Michalany, Carlos Eduardo Bacchi, Artur Antônio Duarte. Intravascular Large B-Cell Lymphoma Diagnosed by Skin Biopsy and Immunohistochemical Study: A Case Report. Int Case Rep Jour. 2023;3(1):1-6.