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How is lymphoma of the skin staged?

... inches) across. T1b: The skin lesion is larger than 5 cm across. T2:
There are 2 or more lesions on the skin. These may ...


Signs and symptoms of Kaposi sarcoma

... Kaposi sarcoma (KS) usually appears first as spots (called lesions)
on the skin. The lesions can be purple, red, or brown. ...


Kaposi Sarcoma

... that can be used to treat KS skin lesions. When it is placed on a KS lesion
2 to 4 times a day, it makes it get smaller or go away in 1 to 2 months. ...


Local therapy for Kaposi sarcoma

... a retinoid drug related to vitamin A, is available as a gel (Panretin ® ) that can
be used to treat KS skin lesions. When it is placed on a KS lesion 2 to ...


General considerations in the treatment of Kaposi sarcoma

... AIDS drug combinations. In many patients, KS lesions begin to get
smaller as their immune function gets better. In some ...


Should MRIs Be Used To Screen For Breast Cancer?

... also noted that the ability of MRI to predict whether a suspicious lesion seen
on ... the ability of MRI to pick up the high-grade DCIS lesions was much ...


Radiation therapy for Kaposi sarcoma

... beam radiation therapy. This is the type of radiation therapy used to treat
lesions of Kaposi sarcoma (KS). Radiation therapy ...


How is Kaposi sarcoma diagnosed?

... For skin lesions, the doctor will usually perform a punch biopsy, which removes
a tiny round piece of tissue. If the entire lesion is removed, it is ...


Types of lymphoma of the skin

... raised or lowered, flat lesions), or nodules (bumps) on sun-exposed areas
of skin, like the arms. There may be only a single lesion, but there can ...