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Cysts and Cystic Hamartomas

Individual Lesions

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Fig. 14-6

Dome-shaped nodule of an infundibular cyst and white papules of tiny infundibular cysts (milia).


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Fig. 14-7

Dome-shaped tumor of an infundibular type of follicular cyst.


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Fig. 14-8

Tense, dome-shaped, smooth-surfaced tumor covered by telangiectases of an infundibular type of follicular cyst.


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Fig. 14-9

Red, slightly dome-shaped tumor of an infundibular cyst that has ruptured, inducing suppuration.


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Fig. 14-10

A tense, dome-shaped, smooth-surfaced shiny nodule that developed consequent to rupture of an infundibular cyst.


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Fig. 14-11 A

Milia, some of the papules being in agminated arrangement, in the nasolabial fold.


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Fig. 14-11 B

Milia, some of the papules being in agminated arrangement, in the nasolabial fold.


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Fig. 14-12

The white papule is a milium, i.e., a tiny infundibular cyst whose ostium is not apparent.


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Fig. 14-13

White papule (milium).


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Fig. 14-14 A

Infundibular type of follicular cyst, ruptured, with extensive suppuration seen here as pus.


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Fig. 14-14 B

Infundibular type of follicular cyst, ruptured, with extensive suppuration seen here as pus.


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Fig. 14-15

Dome-shaped, smooth-surfaced nodule with a central comedo of an infundibular type of follicular cyst.


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Fig. 14-16

Giant comedo (dilated pore of Winer).


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Fig. 14-17

Dome-shaped, smooth-surfaced bluish nodule of an isthmic-catagen type of follicular cyst.