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Anetoderma, perifollicular

Anetoderma, perifollicular: Introduction

Anetoderma, perifollicular: The development of discolored spots on the inside thighs of older women. The condition generally causes no problems. It is believed to be the result of minor destruction of elastic tissue around hair follicles. Causes include endocrine anomalies, certain drugs or bacterial infections that produce enzymes that destroy elastic tissue. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Anetoderma, perifollicular is available below.

Symptoms of Anetoderma, perifollicular

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