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Arch Pediatr


Title:[Deep granuloma annulare in children]
Author(s):Ould Abdina, A. Mortureux, P. Leaute-Labreze, C. Bioulac-Sage, P. Taieb, A.
Address:Unite de dermatologie pediatrique, hopital Pellegrin, Bordeaux, France.
Year:1995 Sep
Journal Title:Arch Pediatr
Page Number:858-60
Language:fre
Volume:2
Issue:9
ISSN/ISBN:0929-693X (Print). 0929-693X (Linking)
Abstract:BACKGROUND: The granuloma annulare is a common benign disorder in childhood which may be difficult to recognize in its atypical forms, like deep granuloma annulare. CASES REPORT: Case 1: A 5-year-old girl suffered from subcutaneous nodules occurring on her soles. Open biopsy at the age of 6 years showed typical features of granuloma annulare. These nodules were still present one year later. Case 2: A 2-year-old girl suffered from nodular lesions on the anterior aspect of the lower legs similar to erythema nodosum with spontaneous outbreaks over 6 months. Histological examination showed typical features of granuloma annulare. CONCLUSIONS: Diagnosis of the deep granuloma annulare is often difficult. Its relation with rheumatic nodules which have similar histological patterns is discussed.

 
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