Juvenile Xanthogranuloma lesions appear as yellow-orange nodules
in children that histologically show dermal foam cells . Since
these lesions are very vascular, then have an orange hue to them.
cells (1,2) may be seen.
These are large multinucleated cells with a ring of nuclei separating
a central eosinophilic cytoplasm from a clear or foamy peripheral
cytoplasm. Patients may also have iris lesions (1) that can spontaneously bleed, resulting
in a hyphema. Back to