1950
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.1950.01530160094017
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Postradiation Comedos

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“…It is most commonly seen as the elementary lesion of acne vulgaris, but it may also be present in linear nevi, postradiation atrophy, hidradenitis suppurativa, and tar acne. [1][2][3] A single comedo may have more than one opening on the skin. The term "double comedo'' (Ormsby, as quoted by Ormsby and Montgomery4) was used to describe a comedo having two openings which were connected beneath the skin (Fig.…”
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“…It is most commonly seen as the elementary lesion of acne vulgaris, but it may also be present in linear nevi, postradiation atrophy, hidradenitis suppurativa, and tar acne. [1][2][3] A single comedo may have more than one opening on the skin. The term "double comedo'' (Ormsby, as quoted by Ormsby and Montgomery4) was used to describe a comedo having two openings which were connected beneath the skin (Fig.…”
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