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Angiolyupoid (angiolupoidum; Greek angeion (prefix) – the vessel relating to vessels vascular + lat. lupus – a lupus + Greek - eides – similar; synonym: Brock-Potriye ангиолюпоид) – a kliniko-morphological form of a sarcoidosis; it is characterized by development on a face of the painless, flat, accurately delimited red-violet infiltrate with teleangiectasias.

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