Follicular disorders of the face.

  title={Follicular disorders of the face.},
  author={Kabir Sardana},
  journal={Clinics in dermatology},
  volume={32 6},
Follicular disorders are possibly a commonly seen, though rarely reported, group of disorders, which are localized around follicles and appendages and clinically present as small papules. Classically, clinicopathological follicular plugging is seen in the "true" follicular disorders, which are appropriately referred to as follicular keratosis. Another subtype is folliculitis (infectious or noninfectious) and the follicular mimickers that clinically resemble "true" follicular disorders without… CONTINUE READING
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