Juvenile xanthogranulomas of the nervous system: A report of two cases and review of the literature
Deisch JK et al. – The pathologic differential diagnosis includes a heterogeneous group of histiocytic proliferations; immunostaining for histiocytic markers CD68, factor XIIIa, and Fascin, and the absence of Birbeck granules and CD1a immunoexpression suggests the diagnosis of Juvenile xanthogranulomas (JXG). In many cases, total surgical resection is curative. However, some cases will require additional chemotherapy and/or radiotherapy.