Granulomatous Rosacea- A Case Report

@article{Nevoralov2016GranulomatousRA,
  title={Granulomatous Rosacea- A Case Report},
  author={Z. Nevoralov{\'a} and L. Pock},
  journal={journal of Clinical Case Reports},
  year={2016},
  volume={2},
  pages={1-5}
}
Granulomatous (lupoid) rosacea is a rather rare form of rosacea. Clinically it is characterized by numerous brown-red papules or little nodules on a diffusely reddened, thickened skin localized mostly on the face. Epitheloid granulomas of the noncaseating type are the histopathological equivalent of these lesions, giant cells are rather rare. Multifactorial aetiology has been suggested. The disease requires special care, treatment with oral antibiotics or isotretinoin is necessary in most cases… Expand

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