ALHE


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ALHEAngiolymphoid Hyperplasia with Eosinophilia
ALHEApplied Learning in Higher Education (conference)
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Conclusion: ALHE is said to be more frequent in Asians and Caucasians.
3-5 Three cases of ALHE were recently encountered and are being reported here to share the experience of others.
Although KD has been thought to be integral to the spectrum of ALHE in the past, histological features show that these conditions represent two separate disease entities.
Misago N, Tanaka T, Kodera H, Narisawa Y: Localized soft tissue angiomatosis with subsequent development of ALHE.
The clinical presentation of papules around the ears may suggest ALHE, but a biopsy is required to establish the diagnosis.
The clinical features as well as histology were consistent with diagnosis of ALHE.
At one time, Kimura's disease and ALHE were believed to be one and the same.
Lymphadenopathy, salivary gland involvement, and elevated serum IgE levels are rare in ALHE.