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People with granuloma annulare experience rings of bumps on their skin that can spontaneously appear or resolve.
It was also filled with a cluster of immune cells, known as a granuloma, that had likely gathered there to fight off what the body perceived as a foreign threat.
The type of inflammatory response found in her lymph nodes, called a granuloma, was not found in her skin.
Sarcoidosis is a rare disease of the immune system in which clumps of inflammatory cells known as granulomas attack the body’s organs, most commonly the lungs and lymph nodes.
The FDA also lists granulomas (nodules that form around foreign material), keloids (excessive scarring), and removal problems as risks of permanent makeup.
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