What is Granuloma Annulare?
Granuloma annulare is a benign, usually self-limited condition of unknown cause.It usually consists of bumps or lumps in the skin most often less than a quarter of an inch in diameter, which tend to be arranged in a ring-like distribution under the skin. Although it may appear at any age, it occurs primarily in children and young adults and affects women more commonly than men. A number of treatments are used, but their effectiveness is difficult to measure because this condition often spontaneously clears. Recurrence and flares are also very frequent.
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