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Cut on wrist, white pimples, armpits swollen, hair follicles on body seemed red, dry patches of skin on biceps, shoulder. What could this be?

First I had a small cut on my wrist . It got infected and then it started to get little white pimples and then after a few different drugs in started to clear. It never went completely away. Then all of a sudden, my armits swelled up, it looked like certain hair follicles on my chest, stomach and leg seemed hard and red, and swollen. then I took cipro and that went away. After that the wrist still has not healed, and now I have these really small barely noticeable dry patches of skin on my biceps and shoulder . What could this be?
Asked On : Tue, 31 Jul 2012
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Hi the white pimplesover yhe injured part are called milia which are common .then the swelling in the armpits is they are all dry patches on elbow can be psoriasis or infectious eczematous can be cured by application of dewsoft cream along with propysalic oinment and use of broad spectrum antibiotic twice daily
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