Nonlipidized juvenile xanthogranuloma : An unusual variant with a potential diagnostic pitfall

Nonlipidized juvenile xanthogranuloma : An unusual variant with a potential diagnostic pitfall

A.C. Batista, E.F. Mendonça, L.S. Arantes Elias, B.A.B. Andrade, O.P. Almeida, J.E. León

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Juvenile xanthogranuloma (JXG) is a histiocytic inflammatory disorder that can present different histologic patterns. Classic JXG consists of sheets of foamy histiocytes and numerous multinucleated Touton giant cells. Nonlipidized JXG (NJXG) is one of the unusual variants of JXG, consisting of a...

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Nonlipidized juvenile xanthogranuloma : An unusual variant with a potential diagnostic pitfall

A.C. Batista, E.F. Mendonça, L.S. Arantes Elias, B.A.B. Andrade, O.P. Almeida, J.E. León


										

Nonlipidized juvenile xanthogranuloma : An unusual variant with a potential diagnostic pitfall

A.C. Batista, E.F. Mendonça, L.S. Arantes Elias, B.A.B. Andrade, O.P. Almeida, J.E. León

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    International journal of pediatric otorhinolaryngology

    Vol. 76, no. 2 (Feb., 2012), p. 295-299