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Adult milia. This adult male patient has tiny, white spots (milia) on his right upper eyelid. The skin from the lower margin of the eyebrow to the upper fold of the eyelid and from the outer corner of the eye to the temple, is affected. Milia commonly occurs in clusters on the upper cheeks and around the eyes of young adults. The cause is usually unknown although it may sometimes follow blistering or injury. Milia is painless and harmless. No treatment is needed.
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