Treatment for facial cyst
Sebaceous cysts are common noncancerous cysts of the skin. Cysts are abnormalities in the body that may contain liquid or semiliquid material. Sebaceous cysts are mostly found on the face, neck, or torso. Doctors usually diagnose a cyst with only a physical examination and a medical history.
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What Is a Sebaceous Cyst?
Epidermoid cysts - Symptoms and causes - Mayo Clinic
Though they're not cancerous, sebaceous cysts can be irritating. A sebaceous cyst is a small lump or bump under the skin. This type of cyst is not cancerous. They are most often found on the face, neck, upper back, and upper chest, but can occur on other sites of the body as well. Usually a sebaceous cyst grows very slowly and doesn't cause pain. However, they can become inflamed or infected, with the overlying skin becoming red, tender, and sore.
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How to Spot and Treat Epidermoid Cysts
Epidermoid and pilar cysts are commonly referred to as 'sebaceous cysts' pronounced 'seb-ay-shuss'. They are overgrowths of skin cells called keratin held together in a little capsule, or sac. They are harmless smooth lumps just under the surface of the skin. They are not cancerous and do not require removal unless they are bothering you by the look or the feel of them.
A sebaceous cyst is a term commonly used to refer to either: . Both of the above types of cyst contain keratin , not sebum , and neither originates from sebaceous glands. Epidermoid cysts originate in the epidermis and pilar cysts originate from hair follicles. Therefore, technically speaking they are not sebaceous cysts.
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