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Superficial epithelioma with sebaceous differentiation (SESD) is a rare histologically distinctive benign tumor, described for the first time in 1980 by Rothko et al.
Pilomatrixoma which is also known as Malharbe's calcified epithelioma currently was mentioned in 1861 in Wilcken's doctoral thesis and Malharbe and Chenantais defined the lesion as calcified epithelioma in 1880 (2, 3).
Multiple epithelioma cuniculatum in a multilating keratoderma.
The differential diagnosis includes dermal and subcutaneous masses (sebaceous cyst, epidermoid cyst, basal cell epithelioma, gaint cell tumor and neurofi-broma), calcified lesions (calcified epidermoid cyst, foreign body reactions or calcified hematomas).
Epithelioma cuniculatum is almost always unilateral and rarely involves multiple sites.
Today, human epithelioid cells are used most frequently (HEp-2 cells, a human larynx epithelioma cell line) (5).
Also called chicken pox, contagious epithelioma, canker, avian diphtheria, sore head, fowl diphtheria.
The president of the United States, Pauline Clayton, will go on national television with her surgeon general to announce there has been a breakthrough in the treatment and cure of all degenerative diseases from arthritis to Zimmer's epithelioma.
By the end of the century, although no scientist had been able to trace a precise etiology, surgeons took it for granted that irritation from the foreskin was "a predisposing cause to epithelioma of the penis.
In 1880, Malherbe and Chenantais first described a pilomatrixoma as a benign calcifying tumor that they believed originated in the sebaceous glands; they called it a calcifying epithelioma.
Pilomatricoma (PM; calcifying epithelioma of Malherbe) is a benign tumor originating from the matrix of the hair follicles (1).
The identification of this rare cancer, known as multiple self-healing squamous epithelioma (MSSE) or Ferguson-Smith disease, could pave the way for new drugs to treat other types of the disease, scientists have claimed.