RIS ProCite, Reference Manager EndNote BibTex Medlars RefWorks. Sueki H, Saito T, Lijima M, Fujisaw R. Remission of the tumor and regression of the skin lesions occurred in only 2 cases. Br J Dermatol, , pp. Multiple subcutaneous xanthogranuloma at juxta-articular sites with bone cystic changes resembling rheumatoid arthritis: Received 17 July , Accepted 10 February Abstract.
Share cases and questions with Physicians on Medscape consult. A variety of therapies including steroids and chemotherapy have been used with success in some cases. The lesion is usually the same color as surrounding skin but may be erythematous or yellowish. They are tan-orange in color and occur frequently on the head and neck, but many extracutaneous sites have been reported. Tanz WS, Schwartz RA, Janniger CK. This topic last updated:
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Description: How much do you know about sex, love, and the human body? Search in your own language:. Am J Pathol ; A histiocyte is a type of white blood cell which can be found in the skin, lungs, liver, spleen, lymph glands, bone marrow and blood stream. JXG is a benign cutaneous disorder and is the most common form of non-LCH.