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Pseudolymphome

  • M. J. Flaig
  • C. A. Sander
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Zusammenfassung

Kutane lymphozytäre Infiltrate entstehen immer de novo; es handelt sich um einen pathologischen Prozess, weil ausgedehnte lymphozytäre Infiltrate normalerweise nicht in gesunder Haut vorkommen.

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