razor bump

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razor bump

n.
A small swelling that develops when the sharpened point of a razor-cut hair shaft grows back into the skin, sometimes resulting in inflammation and infection.
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Other indications include ingrown hairs, pseudofolliculitis barbae, and pilonidal cysts.
The beard area is affected in pseudofolliculitis barbae and the occipital scalp in acne keloidalis nuchae.
The only progress that had been made at the time was that the issue had earned its own medical term, pseudofolliculitis barbae.
Pseudofolliculitis barbae, a disorder better known as razor bumps, is poorly studied in women, but may have a different etiology than in men and could be indicative of underlying hormonal comorbidities, based on data from 62 men and 62 women.
The differential diagnosis includes acne vulgaris, hidradenitis suppurativa, and pseudofolliculitis barbae.
212) In the most prominent such case, the Eighth Circuit upheld a finding that the no-beard policy at a Domino's Pizza had a disparate impact on blacks because many black men suffer from pseudofolliculitis barbae (PFB); those with severe PFB cannot shave without causing serious infection.
Keloids may also develop from Pseudofolliculitis barbae.
com)-- BumpeFace Razor Bump Fighter is designed for men and women who encounter the problem commonly known as Pseudofolliculitis Barbae (PFB): Irritation of the skin caused by shaving that leads to ingrown hairs and razor bumps.
hyperpigmentation, uneven skin tone or pseudofolliculitis barbae (razor bumps).
119) They also had to relax strict no-beard policies to which some African American men could not adhere because they suffered from the skin condition pseudofolliculitis barbae.
Growth has been fueled by sales within ethnic groups--such as those of African, Latin or South Asian descent--purchasing niche skin care products to treat quandaries such as hyperpigmentation or pseudofolliculitis barbae (PFB).
Topical treatment for the inflamed lesion in acne, rosacea, and pseudofolliculitis barbae.