• Question: What's the difference between a granuloma and a juvenile xantha-granuloma? (This is a hard word to spell :-) )

    Asked by Lieutenant Commander Data to Andy, Duane, Giovanna, Katie, Theresia on 18 Nov 2014.
    • Photo: Duane Mellor

      Duane Mellor answered on 18 Nov 2014:

      Both are little raised bumps on the skin, the juvenile xanthagranuloma (yes hard to spell) is normally self limiting and is little orange spots which can form around the eye. Granuloma are more general and are linked to an immune response, which could be triggered by many things

    • Photo: Andrew Philp

      Andrew Philp answered on 18 Nov 2014:

      Yes hard to spell and hard to answer, sorry i don’t know!!!!

    • Photo: Giovanna Bermano

      Giovanna Bermano answered on 19 Nov 2014:

      I am with Andy on this one…sorry