Agminated xanthogranuloma: an unusual presentation of juvenile xanthogranuloma

Tangoren, Ibrahim A.; Weinberg, Jeffrey M.; Humphreys, Tatanya; Murphy, George F.; Margolis, David J.; Spiers, Elizabeth M.
April 1998
Acta Dermato-Venereologica;4/20/98, Vol. 78 Issue 1, p68
Academic Journal
Describes the case of 2 adults with asymptomatic agminated papules, which coalesced to form multinodular plaques on the extremities. Background on the two patient cases; Unusual presentation of juvenile xanthogranuloma; Presence of alopecia mucinosa, surrounding induration and satellite papules.


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