Click here to Login | Subscribe to Derm101 Today!
“Two cases of what was originally called Weber-Christian disease were found to be a chronic, recurrent form of histiocytic panniculitis characterized by histiocytic engulfment of red and white blood cells—cytophagocytosis. The disease was manifested by recurrent fever, subcutaneous nodules, pancytopenia, and mucosal ulcerations. Hepatosplenomegaly and enlarged lymph nodes were observed. Focal invasion of the reticuloendothelial […]