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CBCL causes a rash, lump, bump, nodule or tumor on your skin (often called lesions). They may look red, purple or brown.

Lesions may be slightly raised and solid but smooth (called papules). They also may be flat, thickened areas of skin (called plaques). Larger bumps are often called nodules or tumors.

The condition may involve only one lesion or several. And lesions may appear on only one part of your body or multiple areas. They may be close together or spread out.

Rarely, some people also experience other symptoms, sometimes referred to as “B” symptoms, including:

  • Fever.
  • Night sweats.
  • Swollen lymph nodes in your neck, armpits or groin.
  • Weight loss.