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When the plaques contain telangiectasias, or dilated blood vessels near the surface of the skin, it is called angiolupoid sarcoidosis [7, 19]. Sarcoid plaques are usually distributed symmetrically and bilaterally [8, 9]. It is important for a physician to be able to distinguish the presence of plaques because they are more likely to be associated with a chronic form of the disease [9, 13]. Since these lesions are often elevated and crusted, they are more likely than papules to resolve with scarring [9, 13, 19].
Papules can evolve into plaques. Some plaques may show hyperpigmentation with scales and they commonly form an annular configuration with central clearing (Figs. 3 and 4). When the plaques contain telangiectasias, or dilated blood vessels near the surface of the skin, it is called angiolupoid sarcoidosis [7, 19]. Sarcoid plaques are usually distributed symmetrically and bilaterally [8, 9]. It is important for a physician to be able to distinguish the presence of plaques because they are more likely to be associated with a chronic form of the disease [9, 13].
Scar Sarcoidosis Fig. 2 Sarcoidosis: papules and nodules. Red-brown nodules occur predominantly around the nose Fig. 3 (a, b) Sarcoidosis: annular plaques. Plaques with an annular configuration and central clearing affecting the face and arms Scar sarcoidosis was first described in 1899 by Caesar Boeck. It frequently presents in West Africans [26, 27]. Scar sarcoidosis shows characteristic granulomatous invasion of previously traumatized skin or areas with imbedded foreign material, such as tattoos [3, 5, 23].