In clinical trials, the most common adverse reactions that occurred in 1% of subjects treated with Taclonex[R] Topical Suspension and at a rate higher than in subjects treated with vehicle were folliculitis
and burning sensation of the skin.
Another report (22) suggests that the development of a chronic granulomatous folliculitis
, following a herpes zoster infection, may be related to a delayed-type hypersensitivity reaction to incompletely degraded varicella zoster envelope glycoproteins.
can occur most places on the skin but is particularly common in areas which have a large amount of hair.
A small number of patients with acne have scalp folliculitis
, ie scalp acne.
A scalp biopsy showed folliculitis
decalvans, and he was treated with oral clindamycin and rifampicin.
Rubbing them in or using circular motions may cause folliculitis
The approved indications include impetigo, folliculitis
Our goal was to develop a skin care system for our patients that would serve not only as an everyday exfoliant, but also as a therapeutic treatment for common skin conditions such as ingrown hairs, folliculitis
and keratosis pilaris (little bumps commonly found on the backs of arms)," said Ms.
- a deep infection of the bridge of the nose that can extend to the nostrils.
abscess, cellulitis, folliculitis
, wound infection [nonsurgicall) or infection in a normally sterile site caused by CA-MRSA.
Cellulitis Garcia Fernandez, Pedragosa Jove, & Castells Rodellas, 1999 Common agent of Balaban & Rasooly, food poisoning 2000 Staphylococcus Skin lesions Akiyama, Kanzaki, epidermidis Tada, & Arata, 1998 Staphylococcus Purulent skin lesions Stulberg, Penrod, & hominis Blatney, 2002 Hidradenitis suppurativa Jemec, Faber, Gutschik, & Wendelboe, 1996 Contaminants of catheters Wilkins & Patzakis, 1990 Staphylococcus Wound infections Hernandez et al.
Human immunodeficiency virus-associated eosinophilic folliculitis
(HIV-EF) among homosexual men is a commonly reported dermatologic finding while only four cases in HIV-positive women have been documented in the literature to date.