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These looks bumps of lichen spinulosis or phrynoderma.
These spots are related sometimes to Vitamin A deficiency and can be treated with intake of daily Vitamin A supplements through capsules or fortified in foods.
These are not any underlying sign of anything ominous for sure.
Do you Agree with what I have mentioned ?
Ok thank you for the information provided. If not Phrynoderma , then it looks like the other variant I mentioned called Lichen Spinulosis.
The Lichen Spinulosis is not related to Vitamin A deficiency.