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Light micrograph of juvenile xanthogranuloma (JXG). JXG is a dermatologic disorder and the most frequent cause of spontaneous hyphema, which can result in secondary glaucoma and eventual blindness. JXG is thought to result from a disordered macrophage response to nonspecific tissue injury, which results in a granulomatous reaction, ultimately causing skin lesions.
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