There are no proven preventine measures against Langerhanscellhistiocytosis. … The diagnosis of langerhanscellhistiocytosis is confirmed histologically by biopsy. … There is no specific infectious or hereditary cause of langerhanscellhistiocytosis.
Mycosis fungoides is a rare cutaneous T-cell lymphoma. The cause of mycosis fungoides is unknown.
Development of indolent skin lesions is the major characteristic of mycosis fungoides. The lesions most commonly appear in the areas of buttocks, groin, breast, lower trunk, hips and axillae. The skin lesions usually…
Examples of ILD of known cause include hypersensitivity pneumonitis, pulmonary Langerhan’scellhistiocytosis, asbestosis, and collagen vascular disease. … ’s cellhistiocytosis and radiation-induced lung injury. … diagnostic considerations include interstitial lung disease related to mixed connective tissue disease, advanced sarcoidosis, chronic hypersensitivity pneumonitis, pulmonary Langerhan’s … 
Eosinophilic granuloma,as well as other forms of Langerhans-cellhistiocytosis, are rarely encountered in medical practice. … Eosinophilic granuloma is a form of Langerhans-cellhistiocytosis and presents as a solitary lesion in the skeletal system, most commonly the skull. … Although distinct histological features have been established in this benign form of Langerhans-cellhistiocytosis, the exact cause remains unknown.
cellhistiocytosis), imaging studies are required in order to assess additional organ involvement. … involves numerous conditions of infectious and neoplastic (both lymphoproliferative and metastatic forms) origin or disorders of similar pathophysiological mechanisms (such as Langerhans …