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Epidermoid cyst - brown skin

Epidermoid cyst in a 57-year-old woman. Epidermoid cysts are cysts containing keratin and its breakdown products which are surrounded by an epidermoid wall. Epidermoid cysts are most commonly seen on the face and upper trunk. As they are situated in the dermis they raise the epidermis to produce yellowish, white or skin‐coloured, firm, spherical, smooth, elastic, dome‐shaped protuberances that are mobile over the deeper structures. They are tethered to the epidermis, and may have a central keratin‐filled punctum. The size varies from a few millimetres to more than 5 cm in diameter and the lesions may be solitary but are commonly multiple. They enlarge slowly and may become inflamed and tender. Fitzpatrick skin type (FST) phototype 5.

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