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Milia on the forehead of a man. Milia are small keratin-filled cysts that commonly occur in clusters on the upper cheeks and around the eyes, usually in infants though thay can affect adults as well. The cause is usually unknown although it may sometimes follow blistering or injury. Milia is painless and harmless. No treatment is needed. Photographed in India.
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