Author : Mohammed A Al Ameer, Ali Al Ameer, Omar Alakloby, Nada Al Ghamdi, Mahdi Al Dhafiri,

Abstract : Juvenile xanthogranuloma (JXG) is a rare histiocytic disorder that typically affects children. The clinical presentation of this disease is characterized by single or, rarely, multiple yellow and brown skin nodules, most often found on the face and neck. Internal organ involvement has been sporadically observed in JXG and is associated with an increased risk of serious complications. We report a case with a giant form of JXG.

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