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Dermoid

 

(dermoid cyst), a developmental defect—a sacciform tumor whose wall is structurally similar to skin, containing glands (chiefly sebaceous) and hairs. The cavity is filled with a thick lardlike mass. The dermoid is a kind of teratoma. Treatment is surgical.

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Lateral dermoid cyst of the floor of mouth: unusual radiologic and pathologic findings.
showed that ultrasound examiners assigned a correct specific diagnosis to at least 80% of endometriomas and 84% of dermoid cysts [21].
13 The causes of both epidermoid and dermoid cysts include failure of surface ectoderm to separate from underlying structures, sequestration and implantation of surface ectoderm.
5 However, our patient also had classical limbal dermoid and mild cleft palate which confirmed the diagnosis of Goldenhar syndrome.
Histopathology revealed a keratinizing squamous epithelium with pilosebaceous structures in the cyst wall consistent with a dermoid cyst.
While the incidence in the general population is unknown, dermoids account for approximately 65% of adnexal masses in pediatric patients presenting for treatment.
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To confirm the ruptured IDC, MRI (T1, T2, FLAIR and diffusion-weighted imaging-DWI-) was taken and mainly hypointense and laterally non-homogeneously iso-to hyperintense signal of dermoid cyst adherent to the optic chiasm, cavernous sinus and also spilling of fatty particles into the subarachnoid space were seen (Figure 1).
Microsurgical treatment of spinal epidermoid and dermoid cysts in the lumbosacral region.
She has a Dermoid cyst on her cornea and will not be able to have it removed until she is 6-8 months old.
The differential diagnosis includes nasolacrimal duct cysts, periapical cysts and dermoid or epidermoid cysts of the oral cavity.
SAN DIEGO--The total recurrence rate of ovarian dermoid cysts in a pediatric and adolescent population following cystectomy is 11%, and evidence of recurrence that requires a second operative management is 3%.