cytophagic panniculitis

cy·to·pha·gic panniculitis

(sī′tə-fā′jĭk, -făj′ĭk)
n.
A chronic form of panniculitis marked by the infiltration of histiocytes that have phagocytized red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets.
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11,12) When previously published Weber-Christian Disease cases were reevaluated, most of them were diagnosed with new diagnoses including cytophagic panniculitis, calciphylactic panniculitis, fat necrosis with pancreatitis, connective tissue panniculitis and others.