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Zysten und Pseudozysten

  • G. Metzler

Zusammenfassung

Kutane Zysten sind epithelausgekleidete Hohlräume, die über einen Porus mit der Epidermis in Verbindung stehen können. Die Zystenwand besteht aus Plattenepithel oder Drüsenepithel, der Zysteninhalt aus Hornmaterial oder Sekret.

Synonym

infundibuläre Zyste piläre Zyste apokrines Zystadenom ekkrines Zystadenom laterale Halszyste mukoide Fingerzyste Siehe S. 492 u. 754 Steißbeinfistel Zahnfistel Dentalfistel kutaner Zahnsinus 

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