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Figure 93.1
(a,b) Pseudofolliculitis barbae showing typical distribution (a) and close‐up view (b).
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Figure 93.5
Scalp folliculitis with secondary excoriation.
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Figure 93.9
(a,b) Classical eosinophilic pustular folliculitis: well‐defined, dark erythematous plaques with numerous pustules and crusts involving the cheeks. (...
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Figure 93.13
Fordyce spots on the vermilion of the upper lip (a), buccal mucosa (b), labia minora (c, courtesy of Dr Ekaterina Burova, Bedford Hospital, UK) and p...
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Figure 93.2
Folliculitis keloidalis of the nape of the neck. (Courtesy of Dr Ian Coulson, Burnley General Hospital, Burnley, Lancashire, UK.)
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Figure 93.6
 Follicular pustules on the anterior chest 48 h after irradiation with broadband UVA in a patient with actinic folliculitis.
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Figure 93.10
Immunodeficiency‐associated eosinophilic pustular folliculitis in 32‐year‐old woman with HIV infection: view of anterior chest. (Courtesy of Professo...
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Figure 93.14
Sebaceous gland hyperplasia on the cheek of a 42‐year‐old man.
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Figure 93.3
Treatment algorithm for folliculitis keloidalis.
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Figure 93.7
Disseminate and recurrent infundibulofolliculitis.
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Figure 93.11
Infantile eosinophilic pustular folliculitis with dense infiltrate of eosinophils, spongiosis and microabscess formation within the follicle (inset). ...
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Figure 93.4
Varioliform scars at the scalp margin secondary to necrotizing lymphocytic folliculitis.
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Figure 93.8
Histopathology of eosinophilic pustular folliculitis showing dense accumulation of eosinophils within the follicular canal. (Courtesy of Professor Lu...
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Figure 93.12
Sterile pustules in the scalp of a 23‐month‐old boy with infantile eosinophilic pustular folliculitis. (Reproduced from Alonso‐Castro et al . 2012 [...