Can Simultaneous Psoriasis and Granuloma Annulare Annihilate Each Other?

In a previous post on this blog, I reported a patient who had psoriasis, granuloma annulare (GA), and alopecia areata. I recently saw two more cases where psoriasis was coincidentally associated with GA.

Case 1. A middle-aged lady was referred by her primary care doctor for a rash on the legs. Some of … Continue reading

Coexistence of 3 Autoimmune Diseases: Granuloma Annulare and Psoriasis and Alopecia Areata

A middle-aged woman consulted me for a rash on her palms and backs of hands for several years’ duration.  The rash consisted of smooth pinkish-red bumps on the knuckles and rings and arcs on the palms with central clearing. … Continue reading

Granuloma Annulare and Necrobiosis Lipoidica

Granuloma annulare (GA) is a skin disease commonly encountered in our clinic, either as an initial self-motivated visit or on consultation from another physician. The rash consists of small smooth bumps that may be skin-colored, pink, reddish-purple, brownish-orange. … Continue reading