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Premycotic phase

Introduction: Premycotic phase

Description of Premycotic phase

Premycotic phase: A phase of mycosis fungoides in which a patient has areas of red, scaly, itchy skin on areas of the body that are usually not exposed to sun. This is early-phase mycosis fungoides, but it is hard to diagnose the rash as mycosis fungoides during this phase. The premycotic phase may last from months to decades.
Source: National Institute of Health

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