Case Letter

Herpes Simplex Virus–Associated Pseudolymphoma

Pseudolymphomas consist of benign reactive T- or B-cell lymphoproliferative processes that clinically and/or histologically simulate cutaneous lymphomas. It is important to identify herpes infections, as they may mimic diseases such as cellulitis and cutaneous lymphoma with markedly disparate therapeutic and prognostic consequences.


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