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sebaceous

1. of or resembling sebum, fat, or tallow; fatty
2. secreting fat or a greasy lubricating substance
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Biopsy was taken from the bottom of the lesion, and histological examination revealed a large number of mature sebaceous glands, slight papillomatosis with hyperkeratosis, and acanthosis of the epidermis [Figure 1]b.
Most of the times epidermoid cysts grow slowly and form out of the sebaceous glands.
Many other tumors arising from NS lesions have been reported in the literature, including keratoacanthoma, apocrine cystadenoma, leiomyoma, and sebaceous cell carcinoma.
Keywords: superficial epithelioma with sebaceous differentiation, case report, review, pathology, tumor, Muir--Torre syndrome
The skin of the neonate differs from that of the adult, in that it is thinner, delicate, has weaker intercellular attachments and produces fewer sweat and sebaceous gland secretions and is more susceptible to several infections.
This keeps sebaceous glands healthy and secretion of sebum under control.
On such imaging, masses seen within the layers of the skin are considered benign, and the differential diagnoses for such masses include sebaceous cysts and epidermal inclusion cysts.
The sebaceous gland tumors constituted the largest group (42.
This is probably mediated by the increase in sebaceous gland activation and sebum composition that occurs around sexual maturity, Jay-Hyun Jo, PhD, wrote (J Invest Dermatol.
The mass was histopathologically diagnosed as sebaceous gland adenocarcinoma.
Demodecosis is a skin disease caused by parasitic Demodex mites, principally Demodex folliculorum longus which live in the glands of hair follicles and Demodex folliculorum brevis which reside in sebaceous (oil) glands connected to hair follicles.