Clinical Considerations for CTCL: Ask an Expert with Frank Glass, MD

June 22, 2017
Frank Glass

When chronic, unresponsive eruptions don't respond to standard treatments, think cutaneous T-cell lymphoma, says L. Frank Glass, MD in an interview with Adam Friedman, MD. Dr. Glass offers tips on proper biopsy technique and making sense of histopathologic findings. He also discusses staging and treatment. Watch Interview >>

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