Pay my bill careers maps & directions contact us (843) 339-2100 home medical services patients & visitors classes & programs health education physicians locations about home » health education » cutaneous t-cell lymphoma i want to. Find a doctor/make an appointment find a career at carolina pines find a medical service sign up for classes & programs get directions to a hospital pay my bill health education healthy living health centers family health cutaneous t-cell lymphoma related content drug references bexarotene cladribine view all 5 cutaneous t-cell lymphoma what is cutaneous t-cell lymphoma? Cutaneous t-cell lymphoma is a disease caused when t-lymphocytes become malignant and affect the skin. T-lymphocytes are the infection-fighting white blood cells in the lymph system that kill harmful bacteria in the body, among other things. Cutaneous t-cell lymphoma usually is a slow-growing cancer that often develops over many years. The two most common types of cutaneous t-cell lymphoma are mycosis fungoides and the sezary syndrome. What are the stages of cutaneous t-cell lymphoma? Symptoms of cutaneous t-cell lymphoma depend on the stage of the cancer (how far it has spread). The following are the most common symptoms of cutaneous t-cell lymphoma: stage symptoms stage i dry, red, scaly patches or bumps on skin, but no tumors lymph nodes are normal stage ii dry, red, scaly patches or bumps on skin, but no tumors. Lymph nodes are enlarged but do not contain cancer cells. Or at least one tumor on skin. Lymph nodes are normal or larger than normal, but do n. cheap generic viagra 自動車保険見積もり