Bilateral spontaneous Hyphaema in juvenile xanthogranuloma

Vijayalakshmi, P.; Shetty, Shashikant; Jethani, Jitendra; Devi, T. B. Uma
March 2006
Indian Journal of Ophthalmology;Mar2006, Vol. 54 Issue 1, p45
Academic Journal
This report describes a rare occurrence of bilateral, spontaneous, nontraumatic hyphema in a 6 weeks old infant, associated with a small, multiple skin lesions. The diagnosis of juvenile xanthogranuloma was confirmed by histopathological examination of the cutaneous lesions. The hyphaema cleared gradually in 2 weeks time with conservative management.


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