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Year : 1992  |  Volume : 58  |  Issue : 2  |  Page : 118--119

Psuedofolliculitis vibrissa

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Sanjay Singh

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Pseudofolliculitis vibrissa is a rare type of psuedofolliculitis. First author developed a painful, erythematous and tender papule due to re-entry of a recently cut hair in anterior naris. The symptoms and lesion vanished on dislodging the ingrown hair from its tunnel. The distal cut end of the hair was beveled and had a sharp spearlike tip. Close cutting of nasal hair may produce such hair and pseudofolliculitis.

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