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Folliculitis decalvans

Final common pathway of various types of chronic folliculitis, producing progressive scarring Dissecting folliculitis lupus erythematosus lichen planopilaris kerion pseudopelade of Brocq follicular degeneration syndrome pemphigus vulgaris pemphigus foliaceus Darier disease Hailey-Hailey disease pseudofolliculitis barbae Brooke RC, Griffiths CE (2001) Folliculitis decalvans. Clinical & Experimental Dermatology 26(l) i20-122


Ofuji's disease Ofuji disease eosinophilic folliculitis HIV-associated eosinophilic fol- Other forms of folliculitis, including bacterial and fungal varieties pustular psoriasis acne rosacea perioral dermatitis scabies candidiasis folliculitis decalvans insect bite reaction Langerhans cell histiocytosis follicular mucinosis superficial pemphigus Lazarov A, Wolach B, Cordoba M, Abraham D, Vardy D (1996) Eosinophilic pustular folliculitis (Ofuji disease) in a child. Cutis 58(2) 135-138

Conditions That May Simulate Tinea

Chronic staphylococcal folliculitis and TB may be very difficult to distinguish because TB usually has a component of secondary infection that will respond to broad-spectrum antibiotics. One should always be suspicious when there is rapid relapse of a facial folliculitis after appropriate antimicrobial therapy. Gram-negative folliculitis can also be confused with TB however, the pustules are usually painful and not pruritic. They are dusky red and have a straw-colored surface pustule. Bacterial culture will usually distinguish between them.

Clinical Features of Infection

Most (70-90 ) childhood HSV-1 infections are asymptomatic. In children 1-3 years of age, the major manifestion is gingivostomatitis, a serious infection of the gums, tongue, mouth, lip, facial area, and pharynx, often accompanied by high fever, malaise, myalgias, swollen gums, irritability, inability to eat, and cervical lymphadenopathy (Figure 6(d)). Later in life, the major HSV-1 clinical manifestation is an upper respiratory tract infection, generally pharyngitis, and a mononucleosis-like syndrome. Reactivated HSV-1 is associated with mucosal ulcerations or lesions at the mucocutaneous junction of the lip presenting as small vesicles that last 4-7 days (known as herpes labialis, cold sores, or fever blisters). Other HSV-1 skin diseases include primary herpes dermatitis (a generalized vesicular eruption), eczema herpe-ticum (usually a manifestation of a primary infection in which the skin is the portal of entry) (Figure 6(e)), and traumatic herpes (resulting from traumatic skin...


Toxicities attributable to cetuximab include anaphylactoid reactions (1-2 ) and an acne-like skin rash folliculitis (approx 75 ). Patients who develop the rash appear to survive longer than those who do not, and those with more intense rash survive the longest (87-89). The rash may be a surrogate indicator of adequate receptor saturation by cetuximab. Future studies will take this possibility into consideration and target cetuximab doses to achieve a desired level of cutaneous toxic-ity to attempt to increase efficacy.


HISTOPATHOLOGY The lesions of rosacea are variable. There may be only telangiectatic vessels with a mild to moderate perivascular infiltrate of lymphocytes containing a small number of plasma cells. Papulopustular rosacea lesions have more intense inflammation that is both perivascular and around hair follicles. Active pustular lesions have a superficial folliculitis, while older lesions may have loosely associated granulomas adjacent to follicles. Granulomatous rosacea has tuberculoid granulomas with epithelioid cells, multinucleated giant cells of Langhans and foreign-body types, and a substantial rim of lymphocytes and plasma cells. The granulomas may be centered on ruptured hair follicles. The granulomas may have central necrosis (caseat-ing necrosis) in approximately 10 of cases.

Ecthyma Gangrenosum

Early Ecthyma Gangrenosum

Series, folliculitis due to Pseudomonas aeruginosa O-11 from a hospital water supply rapidly developed into ecthyma gangrenosum in six hospitalized immunosuppressed patients (2). This represents a common scenario in which early lesions resemble a bacterial folliculitis, and then rapidly progress to typical ecthyma gangrenosum lesions. In the largest series of patients with ecthyma gangrenosum, over 75 were felt to originate in the skin, and two thirds primarily involved apocrine areas. Some patients developed septicemia (1).