Contagiosum epitheliale (molluscum contagiosum). Commonly involved body parts are: face, neck, breast, arm pits, dorsum of hands, forearms, pubic region, privates and inner thigh. Contagiosum epitheliale looks like multiple little hemispheric eruptions, usually of pinhead size, of waxy skin or pink color, with a umbilicate pit in its center filled with keratic masses. It can become a diffuse condition for the persons with the symptoms of HIV AIDS, and keep progressing even in case of continuing treatment.

HIV symptoms in men: Contagiosum epitheliale (molluscum contagiosum)