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Granuloma annulare is a common condition of unknown cause, which affects the skin of teenagers or young adults.

In granuloma annulare (GA), skin colored bumps occur in rings often over joints, particularly the knuckles.

The center of each ring is often a little depressed.

It usually affects both hands, and limbs, symmetrically.

It can occur on other sites of the body such as the abdomen or neck, and is occasionally quite widespread.

Many patients have a cold hand or foot tendency.

A few patients with extensive Granuloma Annulare have diabetes mellitus. Often it will disappear after a few weeks or months, but may recur.

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