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Poflee, et al.: Folliculitis keloidalis nuchae-clinical mimic of malignancy 28 ABSTRACT Folliculitis keloidalis nuchae (FKN), also known as acne keloidalis nuchae, represents a form of chronic scarring folliculitis. It is characterized by the formation of fibrotic papules and nodules over nape of the neck. The condition is seen mostly in men of African descent and less known in persons of another ethnicity. With persistence of the inciting factors, the condition recurs in most cases. The bulkydoi:10.46347/jmsh.2018.v04i02.006 fatcat:fzu4gujdi5ftnp7mrtiejj7o4y