Brandon Goodwin, MD


Differentiating Common Annular Lesions: Tinea Corporis vs Granuloma Annulare

January 20, 2012

Tinea corporis typically presents as an annular erythematous plaque with a raised leading edge and scale. Granuloma annulare classically presents with 1 or more indurated, erythematous or violaceous annular plaques on the extremities. Here, more on diagnosis and treatment.