1933
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.1933.01460010013002
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Acne Necrotica Miliaris of the Scalp

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“…The typical distribution and morphology of scarring is a lifelong evidence of previous acne necrotica. Lesions are located most often at the temporal area of the scalp [31] but have been described on the nose, cheek, chest and back. Patients with the disease often suffer from seborrhea.…”
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“…The typical distribution and morphology of scarring is a lifelong evidence of previous acne necrotica. Lesions are located most often at the temporal area of the scalp [31] but have been described on the nose, cheek, chest and back. Patients with the disease often suffer from seborrhea.…”
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ACNE NECROTICA miliaris was first described in the American literature by Lane in 1933.1 He quoted Sabouraud, who first described the disease in 19282 as an abortive form of acne necrotica (acne-varioliformis) and the pathological picture as that of acne necrotica. Lane stated that, in his experience, 15 or 20 lesions on the scalp are a large number to find and did not mention finding lesions on the face and back.
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