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A 16-year-old boy being treated by his pediatrician for acne developed a new type of lesion on his chin. These bumps were browner and smoother than acne lesions, and they were round and slightly elevated. The patient didn’t have a fever, and the new lesions didn’t itch or cause pain.
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