mycosis fungoides patch

Pronunciation: (my-KOH-sis fun-GOY-deez …)

A flat, red area on the skin of patients who have mycosis fungoides. The patches may look like a thin, red rash and may be itchy. They are most common on the chest, groin, hips, buttocks, and under the arms. They may look like eczema or psoriasis.

Source: NCI Dictionary of Cancer Terms

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