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A Case Report: The Giant epidermal inclusion cyst of the Thigh

Venkatesh M, Priyanka C, Jhansi Priya , Naresh Kumar P..

Abstract
The epidermal cysts are the most common cutaneous cysts. They are popularly known as sebaceous cysts. The common sites of occurrence of epidermal cysts are the scalp, face, scrotum, neck and back .The extremities are involved uncommonly .If the size of the cyst is more than 5 cm, it is known as the giant epidermal cyst. Though these giant cysts are rare, one should be aware that these cysts are more prone to malignant transformation if not treated early. Here, we present case of giant epidermal inclusion cyst of the thigh.

Key words: Epidermal cyst; Giant; Thigh; Excision


 
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M V, C P, JP, P. NK. A Case Report: The Giant epidermal inclusion cyst of the Thigh. NMJ. 2018; 7(2): 72-75. doi:10.5455/nmj./150


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M V, C P, JP, P. NK. A Case Report: The Giant epidermal inclusion cyst of the Thigh. NMJ. 2018; 7(2): 72-75. doi:10.5455/nmj./150



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M V, C P, JP, P. NK. A Case Report: The Giant epidermal inclusion cyst of the Thigh. NMJ. (2018), [cited October 18, 2019]; 7(2): 72-75. doi:10.5455/nmj./150



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M, V., C, . P., , . J. P. & P., . N. K. (2018) A Case Report: The Giant epidermal inclusion cyst of the Thigh. NMJ, 7 (2), 72-75. doi:10.5455/nmj./150



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M, Venkatesh, Priyanka C, Jhansi Priya, and Naresh Kumar P.. 2018. A Case Report: The Giant epidermal inclusion cyst of the Thigh. Narayana Medical Journal, 7 (2), 72-75. doi:10.5455/nmj./150



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M, Venkatesh, Priyanka C, Jhansi Priya, and Naresh Kumar P.. "A Case Report: The Giant epidermal inclusion cyst of the Thigh." Narayana Medical Journal 7 (2018), 72-75. doi:10.5455/nmj./150



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M, Venkatesh, Priyanka C, Jhansi Priya, and Naresh Kumar P.. "A Case Report: The Giant epidermal inclusion cyst of the Thigh." Narayana Medical Journal 7.2 (2018), 72-75. Print. doi:10.5455/nmj./150



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M, V., C, . P., , . J. P. & P., . N. K. (2018) A Case Report: The Giant epidermal inclusion cyst of the Thigh. Narayana Medical Journal, 7 (2), 72-75. doi:10.5455/nmj./150








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