• Granuloma faciale is a well-defined entity that almost exclusively involves the face, although it has been reported in extrafacial locations. The infrequent reports of extrafacial lesions may reflect the inconspicuous nature of extrafacial lesions or a failure to specifically examine the patient for such lesions.
(Arch Dermatol 112:1575-1577, 1976)
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