acne agminata

acne agminata

(1) Papulonecrotic tuberculid, see there.
(2) Lupus miliaris disseminatus faciei.

Barthélemy,

P. Toussaint, French dermatologist, 1850-1906.
Barthélemy disease - a tuberculid reaction characterized by symmetrical eruption of papulonecrotic lesions on the face, hands, and trunk. Synonym(s): acne agminata; acne scrofulosorumnodular tuberculid
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Initially described by Tilbury Fox in 1878 as Disseminated Follicular Lupus, it is now known by the title of acne agminata, from its close resemblance to grouped acne lesions.
Lupus miliaris disseminatus faciei (LMDF), also termed acne agminata or acnitis, is a rare granulomatous skin disease mainly affecting the central area of the face.