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  • A superficial closed sac that contains laminated keratinized material in the skin or mucous membrane
  • It usually occurs in the newborn infants.

  • Firm papules on the skin, which are 1-2 mm in diameter, and pearly, opalescent white.
  • It usually occurs in the skin across the upper cheeks, nose, chin, gums or roof of mouth.

  • It is caused by sloughed skin trapped in a superficial sac in the skin or mucous membrane.

  • Examination of the skin
  • Similar condition
  • Acne

  • It usually requires no treatment.
  • It spontaneously disappears after the first several weeks of life.

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