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Jessner's lymphocytic infiltrate of the skin is an uncommon disorder
that is characterized by benign accumulations of lymph cells in the
skin. These small lesions are solid, pink or red in color, and appear on
the face, neck, and/or back. Skin surrounding these lesions may be itchy
and turn red. The lesions may remain unchanged for several years and
then spontaneously disappear, leaving no scars.
About the picture of Jessner's Lymphocytic
The image below shows the raised accumulations lymph cells on the skin. You
can see the pink color of the lesions on the skin.