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Challenges in advanced cutaneous T-cell lymphoma – diagnosis and management

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In this second live interactive webinar in the Expert Hour Series on cutaneous T-cell lymphoma (CTCL), a multidisciplinary speaker team (dermatologists, hematologists, and oncologists) will discuss different patient cases on advanced CTCL. The cases will be presented as clinical challenges in a multidisciplinary discussion focusing on diagnostic approaches (histopathology, gene analysis, flow cytometry, radiology), management options, and follow-up steps.

The webinar will start with a brief overview of the first edition on early-stage CTCL, followed by cases on late-stage mycosis fungoides, erythroderma, and Sézary syndrome. The way the speakers handle these cases will show the importance of a multidisciplinary approach.

About this webinar


  • MDT discussion on diagnostic approaches (histopathology, gene analysis, flow cytometry, radiology), management options, and follow-up steps.
  • Cases on late-stage mycosis fungoides, erythroderma, and Sézary syndrome.

This discussion is part of the Expert Hour series


  • Prof. Dr. Rudolf Stadler
  • Prof. Dr. Maarten Vermeer 
  • Prof. Dr. Lena Specht
  • Prof. Dr. Pier Luigi Zinzani

Learning objectives & accreditation

This webinar will inform you on the importance of a multidisciplinary approach. Furthermore, practical suggestions will help you in guiding the management of your patients in your daily practice.

This webinar is accredited by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (UEMS-EACCME®) for 1.5 European CME credits (ECMEC®s) LEE/2024/00756. This webinar is accredited for healthcare professionals in the Netherlands under ID 556805 for 2 points by NVVP and NIV. Accreditation will also be applied for in The Netherlands with NVDV. Certificates will be available for other countries.

Faculty information

Prof. Dr. Rudolf Stadler

Dermatologist, Johannes Wesling Klinikum, Minden, Germany

Prof. Dr. Maarten Vermeer

Dermatologist, LUMC Leiden, The Netherlands

Prof. Dr. Lena Specht

Chief Oncologist, Rigshospitalet, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Prof. Dr. Pier Luigi Zinzani

Hematologist, University of Bologna, Italy

Funding disclosure

This webinar is sponsored by Kyowa Kirin. Kyowa Kirin does not have any involvement in the content.

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