... mellitus but is otherwise healthy. The most likely diagnosis is. 1. Granuloma annulare. 2. Necrobiosis lipoidica. 3. Necrobiotic xanthogranuloma. 4. Sarcoidosis.
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Can you identify this condition? Rob Lacroix Mike Kalisiak
young female patient presents with a chronic large, waxy, yellowish-red lesion on her lower extremity, characterized by telangiectases, central atrophy, and several ulcerations. It has persisted for several years and various creams have been only minimally successful. She has a history of type 1 diabetes mellitus but is otherwise healthy.
The most likely diagnosis is 1. Granuloma annulare 2. Necrobiosis lipoidica 3. Necrobiotic xanthogranuloma 4. Sarcoidosis 5. Erythema nodosum
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