Granuloma Annulare – A Chronic Skin Disease
Granuloma annulare is a skin disease characterized by red colored small bumps that appear close to each other in the shape of circle. The disease was first recognized by T.Colcott Fox in the year 1895. The red bumps seen in certain cases should not be mistaken for Syringoma which develops due to overgrowth of cells from sweat glands.  different from that of Granuloma annulare.
Here is an overview of the skin disease Granuloma annulare in which the benign tumors develop due to the cell mediated Type IV immunity that involves the tissue monocytes.