By Gary M. White, MD

Miliea en plaque

Milia en plaque (MEP) is the presence of multiple grouped milia within an erythematous plaque.


The most common site is behind the ear, but lesions may occur virtually anywhere.


No treatment is needed. Manual extraction, curettage and even laser may be used.

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Milia en plaque developing on the dorsal hand after cryotherapy Dermatology Online Journal 21(2)


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