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Permanent mechanical trauma, including habitual scrubbing or rubbing (tic). See below artifacts. Often the connection between artificial permanent mechanical stress and reactive callus formation is unclear to those affected. In the case of very intense irritation, e.g. by chewing or biting, reactive fibrotic dermal changes may occur in addition to epidermal changes.
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Incoming links (6)Artifacts; Artifacts; Fibrokeratome acquired digital; Finger ankle pads real; Para-artefacts; Skin picking syndrome;
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