Atypical sebaceous cyst: uncommon and unusual locations
Keywords:Atypical, Sebaceous cyst
Sebaceous cysts are common in day to day practice. But unusual locations with atypical presentations may pose problem in diagnosis as well as management. Here we have reported 4 cases of such atypicality which are very uncommon and unusual.
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