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Acne in children

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Acne presents with a variety of symptoms in children, typically manifesting in regions rich in sebaceous glands, notably the face, chest, upper back, shoulders, and neck. Symptomatology varies among individuals and may include skin-colored or white bumps (whiteheads), dark-colored bumps (blackheads), red, pus-filled pimples, solid, raised nodules, hyperpigmented areas of skin, and scarring. Due to the diverse presentation of symptoms, it is imperative to seek evaluation from a healthcare provider for an accurate diagnosis, as symptoms may overlap with other dermatological conditions.

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