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Information about the armpit of teen males can be found below. Common skin conditions noted in the armpit include dry and flaky skin (eczema), red and irritated skin (dermatitis), skin tags, boils, changes in pigmentation, ringworm, and moles. Click an image below to learn more about the associated condition, self-care recommendations, and when to seek medical attention.
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Acanthosis Nigricans Acanthosis nigricans, most commonly, is noticed at the armpits and/or neck as a slightly thickened color…
Allergic Contact Dermatitis This image displays allergic contact dermatitis from fragrance found in a deodorant.
Boils (Furunculosis) A teenage male with furunculosis (boils) displays CA-MRSA (community-associated methicillin-resistant…
Erythrasma The sharp boundary between the skin colors of the affected area and the normal skin is typical in erythrasma.
Hidradenitis Suppurativa In hidradenitis suppurativa, there can be scarring and color changes seen from prior skin inflammation.
Irritant Contact Dermatitis This image displays severe irritant dermatitis.
Psoriasis This image displays the fine, scaly, slightly elevated lesions in the armpit (axilla) in psoriasis.
Ringworm (Tinea Corporis) This image displays the red, circular lesions typical of tinea corporis (ringworm).
Skin Tag (Acrochordon) This early adolescent has a single harmless skin tag (acrochordon) on the armpit.
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