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What is Folliculitis decalvans?

Posted by Alexander Clark on Wednesday, August 24, 2011, In : Folliculitis decalvans 
Hereditary forms of folliculitis, such as follicular eczema (generally classified under "atopic dermatitis"), and the deeper forms of inflammatory folliculitis that involve the entire follicular structure, such as folliculitis decalvans, occur most commonly in blacks. Folliculitis may also be seen as a secondary infection in conditions such as eczema, scabies, and excoriated insect bites. It is more commonly found in patients who are diabetic, obese, or immunocompromised.

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Effects of Folliculitis Bacterial to the Skin

Posted by Alexander Clark on Wednesday, August 24, 2011, In : Folliculitis 
Skin infections can occur on the skin surface or deeper within the skin tissue. Bacterial Skin Infections are caused by the presence and growth of microorganisms that damage host tissue. Common bacterial infections of the skin involve impetigo, folliculitis or furunculosis, simple abscesses, erysipelas and other nonnecrotizing cellulitis.

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