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Folliculitis (Infundibulitis) and Pseudofolliculitis (Pseudoinfundibulitis)

Distribution and Individual Lesions

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Fig. 34-1

Papules of herpetic infundibulitis.


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Fig. 34-2

Innumerable discrete infundibular papules of pseudofolliculitis barbae.


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Fig. 34-3

Crusts and pustules of staphylococcal infundibulitis.


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Fig. 34-4

Pustules affiliated with tufts of hair (“tufted folliculitis”), which really is an infundibulitis.


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Fig. 34-5

Monomorphous pustules of “pityrosporum folliculitis,” which truly is an infundibulitis.


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Fig. 34-6

“Eosinophilic folliculitis,” an infundibulitis, in an immunosuppressed patient.


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Fig. 34-7 A

Monomorphous infundibular pustules of so-called pityrosporum folliculitis.


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Fig. 34-7 B

Monomorphous infundibular pustules of so-called pityrosporum folliculitis.


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Fig. 34-8 A

Nodule with openings filled with purulent material (furuncle).


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Fig. 34-8 B

Nodule with openings filled with purulent material (furuncle).


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Fig. 34-9

Infundibular pustules.


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Fig. 34-10

Erythematous nodules of furunculosis.


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Fig. 34-11 A

Innumerable pustules in the beard and moustache region, each of them surrounding a hair.


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Fig. 34-11 B

Innumerable pustules in the beard and moustache region, each of them surrounding a hair.