A patient with a 4-year history of mycosis fungoides, who presented a pancreatic spreading of the disease, detected by a clinically palpable mass, is reported and discussed with a review of the literature. Mycosis fungoides (MF) is a T cell lymphoma primarily localized to the skin. Laparoscopic staging and autopsy studies, however, have shown that lymph node involvement or visceral spreading is common in the course of the disease [1–3]. Among visceral manifestations of MF, pancreas infiltration is found in 20–40% of autopsied cases [1, 2, 4]. Occurrence of a palpable pancreatic mass has never been described. We report a patient with a long-standing MF, and a secondary pancreatic extension detected by a palpable mass.