Treatment of granuloma faciale with the pulsed dye laser

D M Elston
Cutis; Cutaneous Medicine for the Practitioner 2000, 65 (2): 97-8
Granuloma faciale is a chronic benign vasculitis that generally affects the skin of the face. The lesions are commonly refractory to therapy. A patient with long-standing granuloma faciale refractory to topical corticosteroid and dapsone therapy had an excellent response to treatment with the pulsed dye laser.

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