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Pictures of Boils

This page last updated: March 15, 2010

Boils (aka furuncles) is a skin disease caused by a staph infection of hair follicles. They appear as swollen lumps containing pus and can sometimes be mistaken as acne.

Individual boils can cluster together and form a connected network of boils called carbuncles.

Usually boils will go away but some people suffer from repeated infections, also called chronic furunculosis.