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Woman Wants Bumps on Her Eyes, Cheeks to Go Away - Let's Diagnose

feb15quiz.jpgA 22-year-old woman visited her dermatologist to ask about multiple tiny, smooth papules in a grouped configuration that had been present for several months around her eye and cheeks. She had also noticed some papules that looked similar on her chest and labia, but wasn’t sure if they were related. They weren’t painful, but she didn’t like her appearance. 

Could it be Lupus miliaris disseminatus faciei? Xanthelasmas? Syringoma? Flat warts?

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