(fol LIK you LYE tis): Infection of the hair follicles. A possible side effect of topical corticosteroids.
an inflammation of the hair follicle that looks like a rash and is usually found in areas of the body where skin has been irritated by shaving or waxing; also called razor bumps.
Painful, cystic bump, when hair is trapped in the follicle.
is a superficial infection of hair follicles caused by bacteria or fungus, characterized by small, white-headed pimples.
a rash-like bacterial infection of the hair follicles caused by inadequate sanitation of spa or hot tub water. Caused by the same bacteria, pseudomonas aeruginosa, responsible for swimmer's ear and conjunctivitis. Medical treatment should be sought in suspected cases.
An inflammation of a follicle, such as a hair follicle of the skin.
a hair follicle infection.
inflammation of follicle or follicles
The inflammation of hair follicles due to a bacterial infection, causing boils or tiny blisters containing pus.
Inflammation of the hair follicle. Inflammation involves redness, swelling and pain.
Inflammation of the hair follicles.
Inflammation of hair follicles. Spa-associated folliculitis is usually associated with infection by
inflammation with or without infection of the hair follicle
(Barber's Itch) Damaged hair follicles become infected with bacteria, resulting in skin rashes and pimples around the infected follicles. The infection can spread.
Inflamation of a follicle.
A common disorder characterised by inflammation of the hair follicle. Also known as Pseudofolliculitis Barbae (PFB) or Tinea Barbae. Appearance of raised lumps and a rash. Prevalent in Type V and VI males.
Folliculitis is inflammation of one or more hair follicles. The condition may occur anywhere on the skin.