1988
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.124.4.567
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Diffuse cutaneous reticulohistiocytosis in a child with tuberous sclerosis

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“…Fingers, juxtaarticular and paronychial regions are regularly spared. 1,2,5,[43][44][45][46][47] Exceptional cases may display clinical pictures akin to xanthoma disseminatum, but they still lack MS involvement and show typical RH histopathology. 48 No radiological or laboratory abnormalities are reported in these patients.…”
Section: Single-system Multifocal Reticulohistiocytosis: Diffuse (Genmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Fingers, juxtaarticular and paronychial regions are regularly spared. 1,2,5,[43][44][45][46][47] Exceptional cases may display clinical pictures akin to xanthoma disseminatum, but they still lack MS involvement and show typical RH histopathology. 48 No radiological or laboratory abnormalities are reported in these patients.…”
Section: Single-system Multifocal Reticulohistiocytosis: Diffuse (Genmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Single‐system multifocal RH is a cutaneous condition characterized by a papular‐nodular eruption generalized over the whole skin surface, but lacking systemic involvement. Fingers, juxtaarticular and paronychial regions are regularly spared . Exceptional cases may display clinical pictures akin to xanthoma disseminatum, but they still lack MS involvement and show typical RH histopathology .…”
Section: Clinical Findings and Systemic Associationsmentioning
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“…She developed hypertriglyceridemia and sudden hypertensive hydrocephalus and died a few days after hospital admission. 38 Therefore, in patients with infiltration to vital organs, such as the CNS and liver, JXG behaves aggressively and can cause a fatal outcome. There is a well-recognized association between JXG and neurofibromatosis I, 39 JXG and leukemia, 40 and JXG, neurofibromatosis, and myeloid leukemia.…”
Section: Juvenile Xanthogranulomamentioning
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“…The histiocytes are S-100 protein, CD1a, and factor XIIIa negative, but are CD45, CD68, CD11b, and HAM56 positive. 38,61 Pathophysiology. The pathophysiology of MRH is not known.…”
Section: Multicentric Reticulohistiocytosismentioning
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