Fast Five Quiz: Mycosis Fungoides

Lauren C. Pinter-Brown, MD


November 01, 2021

The median age of presentation is 50 years or older, although affected children have been identified, with similar clinical findings and course. It is twice as likely to occur in men as in women. It is more common in Black patients than in White patients. The most important prognostic factor for mycosis fungoides is stage at diagnosis.

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