Case Studies | Dermatology | India | Volume 9 Issue 4, April 2020
Granulomatous Rosacea and Tinea Overlap: A Rare Combination
Jyotika Kalsy, Karandeep Singh Bhatti, Ankush Maheshwary, Riya Kaur Kalra
Abstract: Rosacea is a chronic skin condition involving inflammation of the cheeks, nose, chin, forehead, or eyelids. It causes redness and pimples, mainly across the face. Granulomatous rosacea is a rare type of rosacea primarily occurring in middle-aged women. The cause is unknown, but both genetic and non-genetic factors contribute to this condition. As it has many differentials, it is very difficult to diagnose a lesion without a biopsy. Treatment is based on controlling the symptoms using medications, antibiotics, light therapy and other treatments. The long-term prognosis for these people depends on the severity of symptoms and the response to treatment. We present the case of a 34-year old woman who came with the diagnosis of Tinea faciei for a persistent annular lesion on the left side of her face, which on biopsy proved to be granulomatous rosacea.
Keywords: rosacea, granulomatous, annular lesion, tinea
Edition: Volume 9 Issue 4, April 2020,
Pages: 26 - 29
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Jyotika Kalsy, Karandeep Singh Bhatti, Ankush Maheshwary, Riya Kaur Kalra, "Granulomatous Rosacea and Tinea Overlap: A Rare Combination", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/get_abstract.php?paper_id=SR20330230313, Volume 9 Issue 4, April 2020, 26 - 29
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