A case with a giant trichilemmal cyst

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Ümran Muslu, Engin Senel, Güven Güney

Abstract


Trichilemmal cyst also known as pilar cyst first reported by Pinkus in 1969 t is the most common cyst in the parietal and occipital regions of the scalp. Herein we reported a case presented with a giant trichilemmal cyst and review the literature regarding differential diagnosis of this lesion.


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trichilemmal cyst; pilar cyst; case report; diagnosis

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