jogger's nipple

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jogger's nipple

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(Pathology) informal painful inflammation of the nipple, caused by friction with a garment when running for long distances
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Chronic trauma can also result in unique patterns of injury associated with certain activities, including rower's rump (lichenified plaques), surfer's nodules, cyclist's nodules, yoga sign (sitting position calluses), and jogger's nipples (erosions).
These include corns, friction blisters, athlete's nodules, jogger's itch, jogger's nipples, piezogenic pedal papules and acne mechanica due to occlusion of the skin, pressure and frictional rubbing.