A Case of Congenital Leukemia Cutis

Congenital leukemia cutis

Congenital leukemia cutis is rarely reported in the dermatologic literature despite various authors citing 25~30% of infants with congenital leukemia having skin involvement. It is presented as firm erythematous to violaceous to blue macules, papules, and nodules with the result of infiltrating leukemic cells in the skin. We report a case of a 3 month-old infant with congenital acute myeloid leukemia whose cutaneous disease completely resolved with cord blood stem cell transplantation. viagra plus

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