Redmond Regional Medical Center
Histiocytosis, arthralgia, joint pain, neoplasms
Hemic and Lymphatic Diseases | Pathology | Podiatry | Skin and Connective Tissue Diseases
Juvenile xanthogranulomas (JXG) are a benign histiocytic cell proliferative disorder in early childhood. They most commonly present within the first two years of life with papular or nodular changes to the skin on the head, neck or upper trunk. Xanthogranulomas are mostly self-limiting, can be singular or multiple, and rarely can infer a systemic disease process1. The purpose of this study was to publish a unique finding of an extra-tendinous solitary mass in an otherwise healthy 17-year old, with surgical and medical treatment after diagnosis.
Publisher or Conference
American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons Annual Scientific Conference
Derner BS, Hoffman K, Storfa A, Kruse D, Stone P. Isolated Forefoot Juvenile Xanthogranuloma: Unique Case Study and Treatment in a Pediatric Patient. Poster presented at: ACFAS 2020; February 19-22, 2020; San Antonio, TX.