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Is there any tx for grauloma anulerie?

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Dr. Ralph Morgan Lewis
Family Medicine
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In brief: Yes

Granuloma annulare is a benign skin condition that may go away on its own.
However, if you want treatment for cosmetic reasons, your doc can freeze the lesion or use prescription-strength cortico-steroid cream either on the lesion or injected into the lesion. If doc uses steroid, remember: a little goes a long way: just a small dab works just as well as a large glob.

In brief: Yes

Granuloma annulare is a benign skin condition that may go away on its own.
However, if you want treatment for cosmetic reasons, your doc can freeze the lesion or use prescription-strength cortico-steroid cream either on the lesion or injected into the lesion. If doc uses steroid, remember: a little goes a long way: just a small dab works just as well as a large glob.
Dr. Ralph Morgan Lewis
Dr. Ralph Morgan Lewis
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Thomas Wolski Jr
General Practice

In brief: Yes

In many cases, granuloma annulare is "self-limiting, " meaning it will resolve on its own without any treatment.
That said, it may take a long time (years) to resolve, so first-line treatments include topical corticosteroids (creams). Other options like cryotherapy are available, but evidence is limited as to their effectiveness. Talk with your doctor about what options are reasonable for your case.

In brief: Yes

In many cases, granuloma annulare is "self-limiting, " meaning it will resolve on its own without any treatment.
That said, it may take a long time (years) to resolve, so first-line treatments include topical corticosteroids (creams). Other options like cryotherapy are available, but evidence is limited as to their effectiveness. Talk with your doctor about what options are reasonable for your case.
Thomas Wolski Jr
Thomas Wolski Jr
Answer assisted by Thomas Wolski Jr, Medical Student
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