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Click the images on this page to see information about skin problems that can affect the buttocks in adults. As with any other large area of skin, many conditions can exist on the buttocks. The buttocks are prone to develop small infections around the hair follicles, called folliculitis. This infection can go away on its own or develop into more significant infections, like cellulitis or a furuncle (boil), the later of which need to be seen by a physician because they may need drainage or antibiotics. In people who are bed bound, a bed sore (decubitus ulcer) can easily develop over the buttocks if attention is not paid to the area. These sores can become quite large, causing severe infections and loss of skin and muscle. See the pictures below for these and other conditions affecting the adult male buttocks.
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Abscess This image displays a confirmed CA-MRSA (community-associated methicillin-resistant Staphylococcal…
Allergic Contact Dermatitis An allergy to a bathing suit frabic caused this rash.
Bedsores (Pressure Ulcers) Pressure ulcers on the skin of the buttock area on a paralyzed woman that has broken down due to the inability to…
Cellulitis This image displays cellulitis on the buttock.
Genital Herpes This image displays a grouping of blisters on the buttocks in a patient with herpes simplex.
Hidradenitis Suppurativa Hidradenitis suppurativa often involves the buttocks and skin folds of the groin. Draining cysts are seen in…
Hot Tub Rash (Pseudomonas Folliculitis) Hot tub folliculitis occurs on skin that was covered by one's bathing suit after being in a hot tub or jacuzzi. The…
Intertrigo Skin erosions and superficial ulcers due to intertrigo, a skin irritation and inflammation in skin folds, are…
Sacral Herpes This image displays the red slightly elevated lesions typical of sacral herpes simplex.
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