Introduction

Introduction to invasive infant fibromatosis

Aggressive infantile fibromatosis is a single or multiple, rapidly growing mass. Occurs in newborns or infants within 1 year of age, more common in the upper arms, legs and torso. Pathological examination reveals typical cellular atypia changes, suggesting that the disease belongs to a malignant lesion. The nuclear staining is deepened and enlarged. Multi-core changes can also occur.

basic knowledge

The proportion of sickness: 0.002%-0.003%

Susceptible population: newborn or infant within 1 year of age

Mode of infection: non-infectious

Complications: infant myofibromatosis

Pathogen

The cause of invasive infantile fibromatosis

Causes:

The etiology of this disease is not clear, and may have certain correlation with environmental factors, genetic factors, dietary factors, and mood and nutrition during pregnancy.

Pathogenesis:

The pathogenesis is still unclear. Pathological examination reveals typical cellular atypia changes, suggesting that the disease belongs to a malignant lesion. The nuclear staining is deepened and enlarged. Multi-core changes can also occur.

Prevention

Invasive infant fibromatosis prevention

Invasive infant fibromatosis prevention is mainly to exercise properly, enhance physical fitness, and improve their disease resistance.

It is mainly aimed at preventing various factors that may lead to invasive infant fibromatosis. At present, it is considered that the loss of normal immune surveillance function, the tumorigenic effect of immunosuppressive agents, the activity of potential viruses and certain physical properties (such as radiation), and the treatment of diseases, therefore, pay attention to personal and environmental hygiene, avoid drug abuse, and are harmful. Pay attention to personal protection when working in the environment.

Complication

Invasive infant fibromatosis complications Complications, infant fibromatosis

The disease is mainly caused by the new tissue to the local compression. Therefore, its complications are mainly related to oppression. If the blood vessels are infiltrated, it can cause ischemic necrosis of muscle tissue, such as local skin blemishes. If nerves are compressed, it can cause skin numbness, pain, acupuncture, and foreign body sensation. which performed. The child can cry out loud because of the pain, and the part that touches the pain is more obvious.

Symptom

Invasive infant fibromatosis symptoms Common symptoms Facial angiofibroma epidermal keratinization

This disease occurs mostly in newborns or infants within 1 year old. It is more common in the upper arm, leg and trunk. The size of the tumor varies, and may be accompanied by local skin color deepening, keratinization, and peeling of the stratum corneum. Can have scratching the performance of the skin. For children with skin lesions, it can cause local skin infection, which is characterized by redness and purulent secretion. Often local recurrence, but not metastas.

Examine

Invasive infant fibromatosis examination

Clinical skin examination: more common in the upper arm, leg and trunk, the size of the tumor varies, may be accompanied by local skin color deepening, keratinization, may have the fall of the stratum corneum, children may have scratching the skin.

Pathological examination: A typical cell atypia change can be seen in this disease, suggesting that the disease belongs to a malignant lesion. The nuclear staining is deepened and enlarged. Multi-core changes can also occur.

Other examinations: b ultrasound, blood routine, liver and kidney function.

Diagnosis

Diagnosis and diagnosis of invasive infant fibromatosis

diagnosis

According to the clinical manifestations, the characteristics of skin lesions and histopathological features can be diagnosed.

Identification

The disease is differentiated from neonatal scleredema. Most of the neonatal scleredema is caused by cold, so it is also called cold injury syndrome, but it can also be caused by other factors such as infection in summer, so it is called infection. Scleredema or scleredema in summer. This disease is one of the serious diseases of newborns. It is more common in premature infants or babies with congestive asphyxia and congenital malformation in the first 1-2 weeks after birth. It occurs mostly in the cold season. It can be seen in the summer caused by infectious factors, and the sick children appear. The whole body is cold, the skin and subcutaneous fat are hard and edematous, and the feeling of "cold pork" is touched.