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Xanthoma striatum palmare and biliary tract atresia: An unusual association

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Cutaneous xanthomas develop as a result of lipid deposition in the dermis and may be a manifestation of various systemic diseases. The morphology and anatomic location of xanthomas are often a clue to the underlying cause. Xanthoma striatum palmare (XSP) is classically associated with dysbetalipoproteinemia and rarely observed in hepatic disorders. We present a case of a 2‐year‐old child diagnosed with XSP and biliary tract atresia.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: September 1, 2020

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