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Lupoid Rosacea

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Lupoid rosacea (also known as "Granulomatous rosacea," "Micropapular tuberculid", or "Rosacea-like tuberculid of Lewandowsky") is characterized by the development of epithelioid (lupoid) granulomas in a diffuse pattern. [1]

DermIS Photo of Lupoid Rosacea

The NRS only recognizes one variant, Granulomatous Rosacea. However, most medical literature discuss several other rosacea variants and there is no universal agreement of what constitutes a rosacea variant. The RRDi recognizes a number of rosacea variants including Lupoid Rosacea, aka, Granulomatous rosacea

[1] Wikipedia

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