Hairy eruptive cysts

Downy eruptive cyst is a developmental disorder of the hair follicle which predispose to occlusion of the outflow tract, which leads to hair retention and cystic dilatation.

It is clinically manifested by the appearance of numerous asymptomatic macules or papules on anterior chest, abdomen and underarms, but can also occur in the neck and face.

The lesions may be skin -colored, erythematous, yellowish or bluish, its size varies from 1-5 mm and the amount is variable.

Treatment of these cysts until now was difficult. Today thanks to Laser technology can make small holes in the skin, painless and completely drain the cyst contents.

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