Angiolymphoid

Angiolymphoid (angiolupoid) - benign chronic skin disease described by Brock and Petrie (L. Brocq, L. M. Pautrier). Most dermatologists considers angiolymphoid one of the rare forms of sarcoidosis (see). Reaction Pirke when angiolipoma can be positive, but all the other evidence against tuberculosis. Usually observed in middle-aged women. Histologically - epitelialna hills, surrounded by numerous dilated vessels; there are giant cells.
Clinically angiolymphoid manifested vsapaniem on the skin, mostly on the side of the nose, near eye slits, single bumps or plaques to 2-3 cm in diameter, blue-red, sharply distinguished from normal skin and slightly wystawa over it. The surface of the skin rash smooth or slightly rough, consistency testovaty. If diascopia can be seen strip color Apple jelly. Telangiectasias quite pronounced, and this sign is associated with the name "angiolymphoid". Subjective feelings are absent. Shown cryotherapy (see), diathermocoagulation (see), surgical removal of plaque.