Benign rheumatoid nodule versus subcutaneous granuloma annulare: a diagnostic dilemma--are they the same entity?

Abstract

The authors differentiate benign rheumatoid nodules from similar subcutaneous lesions based on location and pathologic characteristics. Although many of these lesions spontaneously resolve, recurrence rates may be high. Various therapeutic modalities are therefore suggested. An illustrative case study is presented. 

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