Fast Five Quiz: Mycosis Fungoides

Lauren C. Pinter-Brown, MD


November 01, 2021

Treatment methods for mycosis fungoides include PUVA, topical steroids, short courses of ultraviolet light B (during winter months), a drug known as topical nitrogen mustard (mechlorethamine), interferons, oral retinoid therapy, and/or photopheresis. In later stages of the disorder, electron beam therapy may prove to be beneficial.

Learn more about treatment options for mycosis fungoides.

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