Lymphocytic Infiltrate of Jessner

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

Problem Subdivisions

  • None

General Discussion
Jessner lymphocytic infiltrate of the skin is an uncommon disorder that is characterized by benign accumulations of lymph cells in the skin. These small lesions are solid, pink or red in shade, and also show up on the face, neck, and/or back. Skin surrounding these lesions may be scratchy as well as redden. The sores might remain the same for a number of years and then spontaneously vanish, leaving no scars.

Very little is known about this disorder. As a matter of fact, there is some difference of opinion as to whether it is distinct as a separate condition or stands for a stage of a few other condition. Some researchers believe that Jessner lymphocytic infiltrate may be a type of lupus erythematosus tumidus (LET) or discoid lupus erythematosus (DLE).

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