1992
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.128.10.1375
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Papular umbilicated granuloma annulare. A report of four pediatric cases

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“…Papular umbilicated GA may comprise 5% of all occurrences of GA and commonly affects children and young adults (3). To date, to our knowledge, three children with generalized papular umbilicated GA have been reported in the literature (1), although in comparison to our patient, two of these had perforating disease.…”
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confidence: 77%
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“…Papular umbilicated GA may comprise 5% of all occurrences of GA and commonly affects children and young adults (3). To date, to our knowledge, three children with generalized papular umbilicated GA have been reported in the literature (1), although in comparison to our patient, two of these had perforating disease.…”
Section: Discussioncontrasting
confidence: 77%
“…Papular umbilicated GA is an inflammatory disorder of the dermis characterized by degeneration of connective tissue, palisading granulomas, and a surrounding predominant histiocytic infiltrate. In the umbilicated lesions, granulomas can cause diffuse elevation and thinning of the overlying epidermis (1). Clinically, multiple red or flesh‐colored, umbilicated papules on the extremities and extensor surfaces are seen (2).…”
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confidence: 99%
“…Papular umbilicated GA clinically presents as multiple red or flesh‐colored umbilicated papules on the extensor surfaces in children . Lucky et al first described this entity in 1992 in four boys and considered it to be a special subtype of papular GA. The photographs of these cases in the Archives of Dermatology , along with the age of the boys, were strikingly similar to those of this case.…”
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“…Perforating GA is a clinical form that is associated with central umbilication and presents as small, flesh-colored papules on the extremities, commonly in a localized distribution on the hands and fingers [8]. Papular umbilicated GA is considered to be a special subtype of papular GA [9]. The central umbilication of the lesions may correlate with focal collagen degeneration.…”
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confidence: 99%