angiolupoid

angiolupoid

 [an″je-o-loo´poid]
a tuberculous skin lesion consisting of small, oval red plaques, chiefly on the side of the nose.

angiolupoid

/an·gio·lu·poid/ (an″je-o-loo´poid) a rare manifestation of cutaneous sarcoidosis localized to the malar region, bridge of the nose, or around the eyes, and consisting of livid nodular regions that coalesce to form plaques.

an·gi·o·lu·poid

(an'jē-ō-lū'poyd)
A sarcoidlike eruption of the skin in which the granulomatous telangiectatic papules are distributed over the nose and cheeks.
[angio- + L. lupus, wolf, + G. eidos, resemblance]
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Cutaneous lesions seen in sarcoidosis include papules, nodules, plaques, angiolupoid, ulcerative, and verrucous lesions, hypopigmented macules, lupus pernio, erythroderma, and granulomas in scars or areas subject to chronic trauma (3).