Clinical features of Fordyce’s Granules

| October 28, 2012 | 0 Comments

Clinical features of Fordyce’s Granules

• Multiple, scattered, yellowish pink, maculopapular granules
• Buccal mucosa and vermilion of lips predominantly affected
• Asymptomatic
• Increasingly prominent after puberty

• Bilateral distribution and appearance
• Lack of symptoms
• If biopsy performed, normal sebaceous glands in the absence of hair follicles noted


Category: Clinical features

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