Sebaceous adenoma

Sebaceous adenoma

Sebaceous adenomas are benign skin tumors that show histologic differentiation towards sebaceous gland structures. Frequently a yellowish color, these lesions are usually 2 to 4 mm, but can reach 1 cm in size. They are benign.

Treatment:

  • If a problem for the patient, surgical excision is the treatment of choice.
sebaceous adenoma

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