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Chapter 35. Granuloma Annulare

Individual Lesions

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Fig. 35-8

Papules, some of them agminated.


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Fig. 35-9

Papules in annular configuration.


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Fig. 35-10

Widespread tiny papules.


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Fig. 35-11

Numerous tiny papules, some of which have become confluent.


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Fig. 35-12

Tiny papules that have become confluent to form a subtle plaque whose margin is scalloped.


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Fig. 35-13

Plaque-like nodule on the dorsum of the hand of a child.


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Fig. 35-14

Cluster of papules forming a nodule of subcutaneous granuloma annulare.


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Fig. 35-15

Papules in agminated and confluent array.


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Fig. 35-16

Papule with a central dell resulting in an annulus.


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Fig. 35-17

Papules and nodules of subcutaneous granuloma annulare.


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Fig. 35-18

Nodule of subcutaneous granuloma annulare.


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Fig. 35-19

Plaque with slightly scalloped border.


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Fig. 35-20

Papules in a scalloped pattern at the periphery of an atrophic patch.


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Fig. 35-21

Numerous papules, some of them tiny and some of them marked by a central dell.


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Fig. 35-22

Nodules of subcutaneous granuloma annulare.


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Fig. 35-23

Papules clustered to form plaques punctuated by crusts (perforating granuloma annulare).


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Fig. 35-24

Patches rimmed by a border of tiny papules.