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Small fragment of epidermal cyst, lined by rounded squamous cell, with granular layer. What does this mean?

We were sent a fragment of 0.5 cm in diameter, included in full, microscopic examination focused on the training made a cystic cavity lined by a rounded squamous cell equipped with a granular layer, the light strip is occupied cystic concentric keratin ortho-keratinocy te. Conclusion: Histologically an epidermal cyst
Asked On : Sun, 24 Jun 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2013
Thanks for your query.
An epidermal cyst is a benign growth that can occur in any area of the body lined by the epidermis.
It is a firm, slow-growing lump underneath the skin. This cyst contains soft, cheesy-like skin secretions. These usually appear on the scalp, face, neck, chest, upper back, genitals, or behind the ears.
It is generally caused by a blocked hair follicle.
There is nothing to worry about it, or anything further to do, as it has already been removed.
take care.
Answered: Wed, 23 Oct 2013
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