Solitary Langerhans cell histiocytosis orbital lesion: case report and review of the literature. Granuloma eosinófilo de la orbita: caso clínico y. The granuloma faciale is a rare and benign skin disease of unknown etiology, characterized by chronic leukocitoclastic vasculitis. It is characterized by skin. Índice Editorial Complexo granuloma eosinofílico em felinos: revisão de literatura Jane Guimarães Sandoval, Anamaria Esmeraldino, Norma Centeno.

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Review of the literature. Similar to plain film findings with better demonstration of cortical erosion and soft tissue involvement. The only report of GF dermoscopy revealed translucent whitish-grayish structureless areas, intermingled with orthogonal whitish streaks and the presence of focused and elongated telangiectasias, similar to streaks identified in dermoscopy of the described case; the pink background, with follicular accentuation of the case, does match with the clinical appearance of ” peau d’orange “.

Dermoscopy revealed a pink background with white striations. Gastric granuloma with eosinophilic infiltration. The granuloma faciale is a rare and benign skin disease of unknown etiology, characterized by chronic leukocitoclastic vasculitis. The typical lesion is a solitary plaque on the face, as presented by our patient.

Nonetheless, bone scans are helpful in other asymptomatic lesions.


Granuloma faciale GF is a rare and benign skin disease characterized by chronic leukocytoclastic vasculitis with dense infiltration of polimorfonucleares. Solitary Langerhans cell histiocytosis orbital lesion: Feline eosinophilic granuloma complex is synonymous with feline eosinophilic skin diseases. The histopathology of Langerhans cell histiocytosis. Clinically, GF may mimic cutaneous sarcoidosis, discoid lupus erythematosus and lupus vulgaris. T2 hyperintense Case The disease is known to be notoriously resistant to therapy, although in some cases it can resolve spontaneously.


In the skull, the lesions develop in the diploic space, are lytic, and their edges may be bevelled, scalloped or confluent geographicor show a “button sequestrum. This case demonstrates the importance of including GF between the clinical differential diagnosis of sarcoid lesions of the face and describes the usefulness of dermoscopy as a further tool for identification and differentiation. J Am Acad Dermatol. MusculoskeletalPaediatricsOncology.

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Eosinophilic granuloma of the jejunum; a hitherto undescribed lesion of the intestines. Any other treatment, for the oneness of the lesion, was decided. This is a painless, shallow ulcer with raised and thickened edges that forms on the upper lip adjacent to the upper canine tooth.

Systemic symptoms may also be present, including general malaise and, on occasion, fever with leukocytosis. Get a printable copy PDF file of the complete article Kor click on a page image below to browse page by page. He denied other skin lesions, systemic eosinlfilico and granuloka. Fine focused telangiectasias on a typical yellow to gold-colored background. Unable to process the form. Gastric submucosal granuloma with eosinophilic infiltration. Case report A twenty-five year old boy presented with complains of headache and orbit’s pain on the left side for 2 months.


The third form of the EGC is the collagenolytic granuloma. The most common location is on the ventral abdomen and inner thigh.

This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. Its total incidence is estimated to be 1 in 2 million 1. Cat diseases Eosinophilic cutaneous conditions.

Erythrocyte eosinoiflico and hemosiderin deposition were found, which may have contributed to the color of the lesion. Santa Maria alle Scotte Hospital. Journal List Ann Surg v. Skeletal Radiol ; Retrieved from ” https: Chemotherapy seems to be necessary only in patients with systemic disease or multiple organ involvement that do not respond to radiotherapy and the most commonly used drugs, either individually or combined, are vinblastine,methotrexate, chlorambucil and 6-mercaptopurine. Systemic therapy is instead required when soft tissues are involved and in cases of multiple skeleton localisations.

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Coronal CT scan shows the osteolytic area. Case 18 Case The decision for treatment is further complicated by the well documented potential of spontaneous healing of EG.

It is characterized by skin lesions predominantly facial whose course is chronic and slowly progressive.