|Spanish to English translations [PRO]|
Medical - Medical (general) / skin infections/diseases
|Spanish term or phrase: placas en parche|
|Document: five-year commercial authorisation review for a drug product|
Lang: Spanish Spanish to UK English
"(drug product) se utiliza junto con el sistema de fotoféresis XXXXXXXXx o con XXXXXX para el tratamiento paliativo de las manifestaciones cutáneas (*****placas en parche****, placas extensas, eritrodermia) del linforma cutáneo de celulas T......."
My guess: flakey patches / patches of dry skin
Also I'm not sure about "placas extensas" but I reckon that will come with the first one :@)
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|Thanks, Emma nice, clear comprehensive answer.|
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"Mycosis fungoides represents the most common type of cutaneous T-cell lymphoma. Its incidence has been estimated to 0.36/105 person-years. It affects adults or the elderly. Three clinical stages can be recognized: one characterized by **patches**, one by patches and/or plaques, and one by patches, plaques, and/or tumours."
"Clinically, as well as pathologically, cutaneous T cell lymphoma (CTCL) has four stages of progression: **patch** stage, plaque stage, tumor stage, and erythroderma stage. The disease can manifest at any stage and does not necessarily go through an orderly progression. In addition, erythroderma (red skin) can develop, as well as a systemic blood disorder known as Sezary syndrome, which involves the migration of malignant T cells throughout the body.
The patch stage is characterized by flat, pink areas of skin, inflammation, and, sometimes, itching. The patches may remain for years and can resolve spontaneously. They can vary in size and are usually scaly. These nonspecific patches can make diagnosis difficult, clinically and pathologically, because they look like several other benign skin disorders."
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