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Favre–Racouchot syndrome occurs in sun-damaged skin and includes open and closed comedones.
Nevus comedonicus or comedo nevus is a benign hamartoma (birthmark) of the pilosebaceous unit around the oil-producing gland in the skin. It has widened open hair follicles with dark keratin plugs that resemble comedones, but they are not actually comedones.
Dowling-Degos disease is a genetic pigment disorder that includes comedo-like lesions and scars.
Familial dyskeratotic comedones is a rare autosomal dominant genetic condition, with keratotic (tough) papules and comedo-like lesions.