Granuloma annulare is a long-term of skin disease which consists of rash with reddish bumps set in a circle or ring. It comes into view most frequently over knuckles as well as other joints. It may be generalized, localized, perforating, or subcutaneous. Granuloma annulare is a kind inflammatory dermatosis which is characterized clinically by annular plaques and dermal papules. Precisely the cause of it is still unknown. Patients generally observe a ring of small, hard bumps over backs of the hands, forearms or feet. Irregularly, multiple rings can be found. Granuloma annulare can reason no symptoms, though the affected areas are frequently tender while knocked.