scalp infection

scalp in·fec·tion

an infection external to the galea; for example, folliculitis or cellulitis.
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Wyler, in his series of 300 patients undergoing strip studies reports one abscess, which resulted in permanent contralateral hemiplegia, and two cases of minor scalp infection.[28]