2 edition of case of multiple xanthoma found in the catalog.
case of multiple xanthoma
|Statement||by Louis Savatard.|
|Contributions||Royal Society of Medicine (Great Britain). Section of Dermatology.|
|The Physical Object|
Two cases of rectal xanthomas are described. One case is that of a year-old Japanese man in whom multiple yellowish spots measuring approximately 3 to 5 mm were observed in the rectum during. The occurrence of a xanthoma in the temporal bone, which is extremely rare, is associated with the presence of hyperlipoproteinemia IIa, IIb, and V. [5,6] In this article, we describe only the fourteenth reported case of a temporal bone xanthoma. What makes our case unique is that it occurred in a patient who had type III hyperlipoproteinemia.
Fukuda H, Saito R. Verruciform xanthoma in close association with isolated epidermolytic acanthoma: a case report and review of the Japanese dermatological literature. J . Introduction. In June of , I rescued a very ill cockatiel which had multiple illnesses and conditions (including C. perfringens and Giardia) and took her immediately to my avian veterinarian. Among those illnesses were multiple discreet and diffuse xanthomas along her dorsal and ventral wing areas, wrapping under the wings to her axial areas (her sides).
We report a case of an eleven-year-old female child, with multiple eruptive xanthomas of skin since two years of age, a positive family history and deranged lipid profile consistent with possible familial hypercholesterolemia. Keywords: eruptive xanthoma; familial. Giant multiple xanthomas in familial hypercholesterolaemia. Shogo Matsui 1, Tatsuya Maruhashi 1, Yasuki Kihara 1, and Yukihito Higashi 2,3 *. 1 Department of Cardiovascular Medicine, Institute of Biomedical and Health Sciences, Hiroshima University, Hiroshima, Japan; 2 Division of Regeneration and Medicine, Medical Center for Translational and Clinical Research, Hiroshima University Hospital.
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The present study reports the case of a year-old male patient with HoFH, who presented with multiple large tuberous and tendinous xanthomas within various dermal tissues.
Case report A year-old male patient presented at Zhejiang Provincial People's Hospital (Hangzhou, China) in May with multiple yellowish elevated masses over the Cited by: 3. This case report presents a year-old African-American male with multiple xanthomas involving the Achilles tendon, soles, hands, knees, elbows, and is associated with the unusual involvement of the by: 3.
In a case of xanthoma disseminatum, in which multiple lesions are found, lesions have been described in the limbus of both eyes. 19 Histopathologically, the lesion shows subepithelial infiltrate of lipid-laden histiocytes, eosinophils and Touton giant cells.
Xanthogranuloma Clinical features. Xanthoma is a rare form of idiopathic granulomatous prostatitis that consists of a localized collection of cholesterol-laden histiocytes; it may also be seen in patients with hyperlipidemia. 41 Xanthoma occurs in older men and is usually an incidental finding in patients undergoing TURP or needle biopsy, although it may appear as a palpable nodule.
We present an unusual case of multiple verruciform xanthomas in the gingiva of a patient with no systemic diseases. Previous article in issue; Next article in issue; Keywords. Verruciform xanthoma. Multiple occurrence. Gingiva. Recommended articles Citing articles (0) View full text.
A recent case report documents the occurrence of multiple, coexisting verruciform xanthomas of the anogenital region in the setting of cutaneous trauma.
The etiology and pathogenesis of verruciform xanthoma have yet to be determined; however, recent literature reported that multifocal cutaneous verruciform xanthomas are frequently associated. multiple xanthomas.
Local surgical excisions were performed to remove the massive xanthomas from the elbows and buttocks, and histological analysis of the surgical specimens confirmed the previous diagnosis of homozygous FH (HoFH). The aim of the present study was to report a rare case. The aim of the present study was to report a rare case of HoFH coinciding with multiple, large and widely‑distributed xanthomas and to discuss the clinical characteristics, in order to provide a better understanding of xanthomas and FH.
In this case, we ruled out a combination of cerebrotendinous xanthomatosis or phytosterolaemia. Although her serum low-density lipoprotein cholesterol level was less than mg per decilitre under the condition of receiving statin therapy for at least the past 10 years, the number of the xanthomas increased and xanthomas had become gigantic.
Xanthomas are fatty deposits in the skin, and 5 different forms have been described, including eruptive xanthomas, tuberous/tendinous xanthoma, flat xanthomas, verrucous xanthomas, and xanthelasma.
Eruptive xanthoma most commonly involves the extensor surfaces of the extremities, buttocks, and back. Case reports 38 year old woman with xanthogranulomatous inflammation presenting as a submucosal mass of the sigmoid colon (Pathol Int ;) 68 year old man with xanthoma disseminatum with large plaques confined to the back, pulmonary involvement and multiple intestinal xanthomas (Dermatology ;).
The present study, described a case of cutaneous xanthoma in a 4 year old pigeon. Grossly, a yellow nodule, firm in texture, well-demarcated with a semi-pedunculated base was present on the right. The objectives of this paper are (1) to describe five new cases of the central xanthoma of the jaws and (2) to compare the clinicopathologic features of these and other similar published cases with the known clinicopathologic features of NOF or BFH of bone in an attempt to determine if the central xanthoma of the jaws is a distinct.
A xanthoma (pl. xanthomas or xanthomata) (condition: xanthomatosis), from Greek ξανθός (xanthós), meaning 'yellow', is a deposition of yellowish cholesterol-rich material that can appear anywhere in the body in various disease states.
They are cutaneous manifestations of lipidosis in which lipids accumulate in large foam cells within the skin. They are associated with hyperlipidemias.
Recurrence is rare, with only a few cases reported; recurrences may be adequately treated with a second local excision. In some cases, surgical excision can be traumatic and deforming. A 2-year-old girl with multiple verruciform xanthoma lesions around her anus and vulva was treated with 5% imiquimod on the lesions twice per week.
One case of xanthoma in distal tibia with pathological fracture has been reported in literature . Tomoaki Torigoe etal have reported a case with lipoprotein lipase deficiency leading to multiple, symmetrical bone xanthomas associated with hyperlipidemia .
Symmetrical involvement in some cases has been reported [31,32]. Tendon xanthomas are diagnostic for heterozygous familial hypercholesterolaemia (HFH) and they mostly occur in Achilles tendon. Sonography and MRI are superior to clinical assessment and are useful in detecting tendon xanthomas.
In this report, we present ultrasonographic and MRI findings of multiple tendon xanthomas in a case of HFH. Introduction. Verruciform xanthoma (VX) is a rare, benign lesion that presents in the oral cavity, skin, or genital organs.
It grows slowly, usually without causing pain, and its appearance resembles local epithelial hyperplasia such as verruciform papules, papilla, and color of VX can vary between white, pink, and yellow, depending on the thickness of the overlying epidermis. Ito S, et al. Colorectal xanthomas with polypoid lesion: report of 25 cases.
Acta Pathol Microbiol Immunol Scand ;(1): 3– [Review].  Hisanaga Y, Akaike Y, Kuroda K. Xanthoma disseminatum with large plaques conﬁned to the back, pulmonary involvement and multiple intestinal xanthomas.
Dermatology ;(2): –6. Footnote: A years-old boy presents as an outpatient in a rural hospital complaining of slow and multiple mass growth on extensor surface of right elbow and both knees since the age of 8 years old. He has no remarkable past medical history. On physical exam, the patient does not reveal any signs of distress, focused examination shows an arrange of small solitary masses of approximately 3×3.
Gumbrell RC. A case of multiple xanthomatosis and diabetes mellitus is a dog. N Z Vet J. Dec;20(12) Benajee KH, et al. Idiopathic solitary cutaneous xanthoma in a dog.
Vet Clin Pathol Mar;40(1) Chanut F. et al. Systemic xanthomatosis associated with hyperchylomicronaemia in .This report describes a case of a subcutaneous xanthoma of the sacral region in a 2-year-old female Saanen goat. The tan-coloured mass was cm × cm × cm in size.
Yellow-white areas.Background: Oral verruciform xanthoma (OVX) is a rare lesion. The purpose of the present study is to describe the clinical features of 13 OVXs and review all cases reported in the English literature.