Correlation of granulomatous skin disease
|Description||This chapter covers the correlation of granulomatous skin disease|
|Author(s)||Oriol Yélamos · Ralph Braun|
|Responsible author||Oriol Yélamos → send e-mail|
|Status update||March 22, 2019|
|Status by||Ralph Braun|
Glossary:Granulomatous, Glossary:Dermoscopy, Glossary:Inflammoscopy, Glossary:Histopathology Cite:Correlation of granulomatous skin disease Message:Correlation of granulomatous skin disease Participate:Correlation of granulomatous skin disease
Orange-yellowish patches Round to oval orange-yellowish patches are a characteristic dermoscopic finding in many granulomatous cutaneous disorders (leishmaniasis, sarcoidosis, lupus vulgaris, granuloma faciale, granulomatous rosacea, granuloma annulare). Histologically, they correlate to granulomas located superficially in the dermis (Bañuls et al., 2015).