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Juvenile xanthogranuloma - Google News
MIRACLE BABY: Jacob Reed bounces back after being given only three per ... - Burton Mail

Burton Mail

MIRACLE BABY: Jacob Reed bounces back after being given only three per ...
Burton Mail
They only upped his odds slightly after he defied the loss of his twin 12 weeks into Mrs Reed's pregnancy before arriving on Leap Day after just 28 weeks and two days, weighing just 2lb 10.5oz. Doctors discovered he suffers with juvenile ...


Saturday, November 08, 2014 1:16:15 AM

Family raises awareness for Rare Disease Day - Kokomo Perspective

Family raises awareness for Rare Disease Day
Kokomo Perspective
McKinney was diagnosed with juvenile xanthogranuloma, also called JXG, a disease so rare that her mother, Marci, only could find a doctor in Indianapolis who was familiar with the disease because he knew of a doctor in Germany who had researched it.


Tuesday, March 04, 2014 6:00:59 AM

Persistent solitary lesion in an 8-month-old boy - ModernMedicine

Persistent solitary lesion in an 8-month-old boy
ModernMedicine
The characteristic skin lesions and Darier sign differentiate solitary mastocytomas from a broad differential diagnosis that includes pigmented nevi, xanthoma, juvenile xanthogranuloma, neurofibroma, hemangioma, granuloma annulare, Spitz nevus, ...


Tuesday, October 01, 2013 1:01:20 AM

USARC officer raises bone marrow donor awareness - DVIDS

USARC officer raises bone marrow donor awareness
DVIDS
He was inspired to raise awareness about the donor program after his 9-year-old nephew was diagnosed with juvenile xanthogranuloma, or JXG. Patients with JXG can have lesions on the skin, in the eye, bones, and internal organs. (U.S. Army photo by ...


Wednesday, October 23, 2013 1:03:32 PM

Baby With 3 Percent Chance to Live Heads Home, Mom Refused Abortion - LifeNews.com

Baby With 3 Percent Chance to Live Heads Home, Mom Refused Abortion
LifeNews.com
Out of England comes the miracle story of Jacob Reed, a baby whom doctors gave just a three percent chance to live. Now, he his home with his family after beating the odds and a six month hospital stay. Reed clung to a small hope for survival after ...


Thursday, September 20, 2012 4:46:06 PM

Doctors cannot diagnose Melbourne toddler Maxi's illness as Molly Meldrum ... - Herald Sun

Doctors cannot diagnose Melbourne toddler Maxi's illness as Molly Meldrum ...
Herald Sun
The closest diagnosis was Juvenile Xanthogranuloma (JXG), but test results were inconclusive. Yael first noticed Maxi was rapidly gaining weight when he was 18 months old. At 27 months, he now weighs 21kg - the same as his five-year-old brother, Jacob.


Friday, May 17, 2013 9:17:10 AM

14-Month-Old With Multiple Dome-Shaped Yellow Papulonodules - Cancer Network

14-Month-Old With Multiple Dome-Shaped Yellow Papulonodules
Cancer Network
A previously healthy 14-month-old girl presents for evaluation following the gradual appearance and persistence of multiple 4- to 15-mm dome-shaped yellow papulonodules on the scalp, face, and upper trunk. Skin biopsy reveals that the lesions are ...


Friday, June 10, 2011 5:08:56 PM

Internal Medicine and Dermatology: What's New? - Medscape

Internal Medicine and Dermatology: What's New?
Medscape
As a health care provider, it is important to identify skin signs of systemic disease. Skin, the largest of all organs, will often have signs pointing to an underlying systemic disorder. In nursing, a skin exam is an important part of a patient's ...


Tuesday, October 26, 2010 12:27:13 PM

Hair and Nail Disorders of Childhood - Medscape

Hair and Nail Disorders of Childhood
Medscape
Hair and nail disorders are quite common in childhood. A great number of these disorders are congenital, attributed to inherited diseases or to defects of the ectoderm formation. The acquired disorders may be chronic or indicative of systemic disease.


Wednesday, January 21, 2009 3:00:00 AM

Primary and Metastatic Lung Tumors in the Pediatric Population: A Review and ... - RedOrbit

Primary and Metastatic Lung Tumors in the Pediatric Population: A Review and ...
RedOrbit
Patients with juvenile respiratory papillomatosis were included if the excised squamous papillomas were specifically designated from tracheal, bronchial, or pulmonary sites. Other patients with papillomas excised only from the larynx/ vocal cords ...


Wednesday, July 16, 2008 10:41:22 AM

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