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Generalized eruptive histiocytosis

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[Intro]

Overview: generalized eruptive histiocytosis (General Eruptive Histiocytosis, GEH) as a papular, non-lipid nature, self-healing histiocytosis, occurs mainly in adults. 1963 by Winkelmann and Muller first reported a case of adults; 1987 Paputo other previously reported series of children's cases. The disease is extremely rare, reported in the literature about 30 cases, of which 7 were children.

[Cause]

generalized eruptive histiocytosis is caused by what the?

(a) causes

of unknown etiology.

(B) the pathogenesis

pathogenesis is unclear. The clinical manifestations of disease and pathology as benign head with histiocytosis, disseminated xanthoma and xanthogranuloma overlap. Thus closely related.

[Sign]

generalized eruptive histiocytosis of early symptoms?

can occur at any age, asymptomatic lesions of the round or oval papules or nodules form, yellow or dark blue, solid nature, size 3 ~ 10mm . Successive groups of lesions, the number can be up to several hundred. Adult lesions, symmetrically distributed on the trunk and limbs, even to violate mucosa. Children's skin lesions irregularly distributed in the body, mucous membranes are not violated. Not involving the internal organs of adults and children. skin lesions for several years, may gradually subside.

[Aftertreat]

generalized eruptive histiocytosis ate?

[Prevent]

generalized eruptive histiocytosis should be how to prevent?

currently no related content description.

[Treat]

generalized exanthematous histiocytosis precautions before treatment?

(a) treatment

is self-limiting disease, without treatment.

(b) the prognosis

lesions for several years, may gradually subside.

generalized eruptive histiocytosis Chinese medicine treatment methods

No correlation Information

generalized eruptive histiocytosis western treatment

No Information

[Examine]

generalized eruptive histiocytosis which checks should be done?

Histopathology: dermal papilla and dermal layer of the middle shows monomorphic cells and few lymphocytes. No multinucleated giant cells. Sparse nuclear chromatin organization, abundant cytoplasm, lightly stained, ill-defined cytoplasm. These cells often arranged in nests around the blood vessels. immunohistochemical examination of infiltrating cells in S-100 protein and CD1a (OKT-6) negative, CD-11b and CD-4 positive. AMD examination showed clusters of tumor cells containing large amounts of dense lamellar body rules, even visible insect-like body, no Birbeck granules. tissue lipid stain was negative.

[Diff]

generalized eruptive histiocytosis diseases easily confused?

1. juvenile xanthogranuloma color according to the disease and pathological lesions such as foam cells and Touton cells see, can be identified.

2. papular xanthoma with juvenile xanthogranuloma.

3. multi-center network histiocytosis of the disease associated with arthritis, as the organization is characterized by a large number of multinucleated giant cells.

4. histiocytosis benign head injury in this disease confined to the head and face, only the incidence in children, with GEH difference.

5. langerhans cell histiocytosis of the disease based on clinical features and typical organizations like, immunohistochemistry and electron microscopy can be identified.

[Disease]

finger subcutaneous tumor nodules to large pigeon-related diseases

Spirometra mansoni in children taeniasis and sparganosis sparganosis mansoni lipid granulomatosis subcutaneous lipoma

more skin symptoms

depression depressed scars scar scar damage after contraction depressed scars itching scar scarring scar formation whiteheads rash maculopapular rash of the skin lesions after exposure back zhangdou nasolabial red chapped skin lichen planus calcification full thickness skin necrosis of epidermal keratinocytes and table exfoliative dermatitis pellagra-like rash


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