The blood and marrow stem cell transplantation (BMT) clinic at Mayo Clinic is designed to provide comprehensive, coordinated care to people of all ages who have developed skin conditions after undergoing BMT.
Experience and expertise
Our team of experts includes specialists in medical dermatology and skin diseases at the microscopic level (dermatopathology). They collaborate with doctors who specialize in diseases of the blood (hematologists), cancer (oncologists), vision (ophthalmologists), lymphedema specialists, and physical and occupational therapists to give you exactly the care you need.
A full range of treatment options
The Mayo Clinic experts who specialize in post-BMT skin conditions offer a thorough and efficient evaluation. They work as a team to arrive at an accurate diagnosis and develop a treatment plan that meets your needs and provides comprehensive care.
Disorders seen by the blood and marrow stem cell transplantation clinic
People come to the BMT dermatology clinic with a wide range of skin conditions, including:
- Acute graft-versus-host disease
- Chronic graft-versus-host disease
- Medication rashes
- Infectious rashes
- Undiagnosed rashes
- Skin involvement by underlying leukemia or lymphoma
Watch Mayo Clinic dermatologist Julia Lehman, M.D., describe how specialists work together to help people who develop skin changes following blood and marrow stem cell transplantation.
Blood and Bone Marrow Transplant Dermatology Clinic
- Phone: 507-284-2536
- Fax: 507-538-1687
Dec. 03, 2019