Acne Keloidalis



The acne keloidalis is also called as acne cheloidalis nuchae, folliculitis keloidalis, nuchal keloidal acne. The acne keloidalis is a chronic skin condition characterized by inflamed bumps and scars on the back of the neck. This is mainly seen in the young adult men than the womens. The acne keloidalis The acne keloidalis was initially explained in 1869 by Kaposi, as a dermatitis papillaris capillitii. The acne keloidalis is mostly appear in the African American men. The acne keloidalis is appears at the hairs on the back of the head and neck grow into the skin. The acne keloidalis is a circular increase of the skin. The scars are hairless and can form a band along the hairline.

This is mainly seen in the curly hair and other dark-skinned person. The acne keloidalis is causes irritation. The condition may persevere for many years. The acne keloidalis is appear like the itchy round small bumps on the occipital scalp. Due to the acne keloidalis hair can be permanently lost in areas of extensive inflammation. There are several antibiotics, products, injections and therapies are available which can used for the acne keloidalis. By taking the self care we can control the acne keloidalis. The hair should be always kept at least over 1/4 inch in length and wash the area gently with non-irritating cleansers.

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