Jessner Kanof Lymphocytic Infiltration

It is feasible that the main title of the record Lymphocytic Infiltrate of Jessner is not the name you anticipated. Please inspect the basic synonyms listing to discover the alternate name(s) and disorder neighborhood(s) covered by this report.


  • Benign Lymphocytic Infiltrate of the Skin
  • Jessner-Kanof Lymphocytic Invasion

Disorder Neighborhoods

  • None

General Conversation
Jessner lymphocytic infiltrate of the skin is an uncommon problem that is identified by benign buildups of lymph cells in the skin. These tiny sores are solid, pink or red in color, and appear on the face, neck, and/or back. Skin bordering these sores may be scratchy as well as turn red. The sores may continue to be unmodified for numerous years and then spontaneously disappear, leaving no marks.

Very little is known about this problem. As a matter of fact, there is some difference of opinion regarding whether it is distinguishable as a different condition or represents a phase of some other problem. Some researchers believe that Jessner lymphocytic infiltrate could be a type of lupus erythematosus tumidus (LET) or discoid lupus erythematosus (DLE).

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