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Steatocystoma simplex

Steatocystoma simplex
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Steatocystoma simplex (also known as a "Simple sebaceous duct cyst," and "Solitary steatocystoma") is a cutaneous condition characterized by a skin lesion that occurs with equal frequency in adult women and men, occurring on the face, trunk, or extremities.[1]:679

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