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Dermoid cyst

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ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Dermoid cyst

History: This 3 1/2 year old girl had a midline subcutaneous lumbar mass. The patient complained of tenderness over the lesion but had no problems with bowel or bladder function, or walking.

Findings: 1) Oblate spheroid mass in subcutaneous fat of lumbosacral region - distinct from neural structures 2)probable tethered cord

Exam: The patient was described as having intact cranial nerves, normal strength and normal sensation.

No MeSH data available.


The cyst was lined by squamous epithelium with scattered sebaceous glands and hair follicles (right) and was filled with desquamated epithelium (left).
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MPX1947_synpic16347: The cyst was lined by squamous epithelium with scattered sebaceous glands and hair follicles (right) and was filled with desquamated epithelium (left).


Dermoid cyst

USU Teaching File MUTF - MedPix

The cyst was lined by squamous epithelium with scattered sebaceous glands and hair follicles (right) and was filled with desquamated epithelium (left).
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MPX1947_synpic16347: The cyst was lined by squamous epithelium with scattered sebaceous glands and hair follicles (right) and was filled with desquamated epithelium (left).

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Dermoid cyst

History: This 3 1/2 year old girl had a midline subcutaneous lumbar mass. The patient complained of tenderness over the lesion but had no problems with bowel or bladder function, or walking.

Findings: 1) Oblate spheroid mass in subcutaneous fat of lumbosacral region - distinct from neural structures 2)probable tethered cord

Exam: The patient was described as having intact cranial nerves, normal strength and normal sensation.

No MeSH data available.