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See Fig. 5.324. Figure 5.324 A. Peri-infundibulitis B. Perifolliculitis (in toto). C. Perifolliculitis (in parte, i.e., peribulbitis). Conceptually, peri-infundibulitis refers to inflammatory cells being positioned around infundibular epithelium, whereas perifolliculitis pertains to inflammatory cells being stationed around follicular epithelium. For peri-infundibulitis to come into being, inflammatory cells must migrate from capillaries in the adventitial dermis […]