Acne keloid

acne keloid

acne keloid n.
A chronic eruption of fibrous papules that develop at the site of follicular lesions, usually on the back of the neck at the hairline, seen most commonly in Black men. Also called dermatitis papillaris capillitii, folliculitis keloidalis.

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