MF is suspected in patients who present with chronic nonspecific dermatitis, poikilodermatous skin findings, or generalized erythroderma. Skin biopsy with routine histology is the most important laboratory tool used to establishing the diagnosis of MF.  However, a definitive histopathologic diagnosis may be difficult in early MF and The International Society for Cutaneous Lymphoma and the cutaneous lymphoma task force of the European Organization of Research and Treatment of Cancer (ISCL/EORTC) has proposed an algorithm for diagnosis which incorporates clinical, histopathologic, molecular, and immunopathologic criteria

 

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