[8 min watch] Dermoscopy of juvenile xanthogranuloma in children

In this short video, Dr Vincenzo Piccolo gives an update on an interesting topic in dermatology: juvenile xanthogranuloma in children. He explores this topic through a study he published with colleagues this month, as well as real patient cases to exemplify the dermoscopic characteristics used to diagnose this condition.

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In this research commentary, Dr Piccolo takes us through the most important dermoscopic features of juvenile xanthogranuloma in children found in the research, as well as how these lesions can be differentiated from other melanocytic lesions.

He provides a summary of the research and how this can be applied in your own practice for diagnosing these lesions. He also shows some interesting patient cases observed in the study and his own clinic.

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