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Diffusion-weighted MR imaging (DWI) in two intradural spinal epidermoid cysts.
7) Cysts derived from the overlying epidermis, hair follicles, and apocrine glands include epidermoid cysts, pilar or trichilemmal cysts, dermoid cysts, and hidrocystomas.
Intraoperative frozen section showed no malignant cells and microscopic histopathology confirmed a benign epidermoid cyst with stratified squamous epithelium and keratinization.
Detection of human papillomaviruses and eccrine ducts in palmoplantar epidermoid cysts.
Epidermoid cyst, which is also a benign tumor is found in 14% of patients.
Retrorectal epidermoid cyst in an elderly woman: report of a case.
Calcified epidermoid cyst in the testis: an unusual finding on ultrasound.
45) An epidermoid cyst is a simple cyst lined by squamous epithelium, with no adnexal structures or other tissue types (Figure 3, D).
Epidermoid cyst of the ovary: a report of three cases with comments on histogenesis.
Genital epidermoid cyst is a rare pathology and an abnormal closure of neural groove or epithelial fusion lines may be a most probable theory explaining its origin.
Whilst it remains a finding on clinical examination, imaging investigations, such as US and CT, aid in differentiating these from a variety of umbilical disorders, such as umbilical hernia, umbilical endometriosis, papilloma, foreign body granuloma, epidermoid cyst, omphalith, and primary carcinoma.
Laparoscopic resection of an epidermoid cyst originating from an intrapancreatic accessory spleen: report of a case.
No associated sulcus vocalis or epidermoid cyst was seen, but the subepithelial space of the vocal fold was also filled with Reinke edema.
Epidermoid cyst in a pancreatic accessory spleen mimicking an infected abdominal cyst in a child.
In the maxillary sinus, cholesteatoma--which is also known as keratoma, primary epidermoid tumor, epidermoid cyst, and keratocyst--is rare.
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