Juvenile xanthogranuloma

juvenile xanthogranuloma n.
A skin condition characterized by single or multiple reddish to yellow papules caused by infiltration of the skin by histiocytes and Touton giant cells, usually found in young children. Also called nevoxanthoendothelioma.


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