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|Title:||Congenital Self‐Healing Reticulohistiocytosis: Report of a Patient with a Strikingly Large Tumor Mass|
Department of Pathology
Bhumipol Adulyadej Hospital
|Citation:||Pediatric Dermatology. Vol.6, No.1 (1989), 28-32|
|Abstract:||Abstract: A newborn male Thai infant had numerous brownish red nodules of various sizes scattered over both palms and soles, left thigh, abdomen, chin, and left upper eyelld. An extremely large tumor mass was present on the right sole. Many lesions showed spontaneous ulceration. No extraculaneous involvement was found. All lesions involuted spontaneously within two to three months, some with scar formation. histology showed large numbers of mononuculeated and multinucleated histiocytic cell infiltrations, 10% of which contained Birbeck's granules. Areas of necrosis and calcification were also seen in the largest tumor. No recurrence was observed after follow‐up for three years. Copyright © 1989, Wiley Blackwell. All rights reserved|
|Appears in Collections:||Scopus 1969-1990|
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