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Bumps along hairline and neck, taken steroid lotion and antibiotics. What is dialogic follicle fibrosis, trauma related?

I had a biopsy done on one of these tiny bumps that appeared suddenly all along my hairline and neck. Was given steriod lotion and antibiotics but nothing is helping. When I called to ask the doc what the results are she just said it was dialotic folical fibrosis with diferential diagnosis, trama related??? I have been trying to get more info on this but cannot find anything online. It s been about a month since they showed up and are still there and itchy.
Asked On : Tue, 5 Jun 2012
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Hi bumps on the neck and hairline can be acne keliodies is one of the types of acne vulgaris where follicular fibrosis is present on biopsy.usually steriod creams increases the can be treated by 0.025 percent retinioc acid at the night time.if no response within one month start intralesional steriods once in a fortnight
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