Fast Five Quiz: Sézary Syndrome

Lauren C. Pinter-Brown, MD


November 01, 2021

Treatment of Sézary syndrome is based on stage of disease and is similar to that of advanced mycosis fungoides, with some distinctive exceptions, including the use of extracorporeal photopheresis and low-dose alemtuzumab and the need for adjuvant treatment to control pruritus with Sézary syndrome.

Learn more about treatments for Sézary syndrome.


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