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    Pilonidal Cyst
    A pilonidal cyst is a fluid-filled sac (cyst) that develops along the tailbone (coccyx) near the cleft of the buttocks. These cysts usually contain hair and skin debris. The term pilonidal is derived from the Latin words pilus (hair) and nidus (nest). Individuals with a pilonidal cyst may not have any symptoms at all or they may develop infection of the cyst (pilonidal abscess) with associated pai...
    Black Eye
    A black eye often results from injury to the face or the head, and is caused when blood and other fluids collect in the space around the eye. Swelling and dark discoloration result in a "black eye" – sometimes called a "shiner." Most black eyes are relatively minor injuries. Many heal on their own in a few days, but they may signify a more serious injury.Despite the name, "black eye, " the eye its...
    Actinic Prurigo
    Actinic prurigo (AP) is a chronic, pruritic skin disease caused by an abnormal reaction to sunlight. In 1954, Escalona first described it in Mexico.Lesions appear hours or days following sun exposure, contrary to what happens in solar urticaria, inwhichskin lesions appear minutes after UV exposure. It is commonly associated with cheilitis and conjunctivitis.