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Volume : 4, Issue : 2, Year : 2021
Article Page : 70-74
Epidermoid and dermoid cysts occur anywhere from the skin covering the body. Clinicians and Surgeons often have an indicative impasse as there are plenty of cystic lesions in the Head and Neck region. Clinically, these cysts are asymptomatic that appear as uniform, round, doughy masses with a tiny surface opening. If by chance cyst gets infected the lining ruptures that spills out cheesy keratin debris into surrounding soft tissue giving rise to local tenderness and swelling.
Keywords: Epidermoid cyst, Dermoid cyst, Head and Neck region, Ear, Pinna
How to cite : Basavannaiah S, Droopy swelling behind the ear lobe mimicking cyst or cancer. J Otorhinolaryngol Allied Sci 2021;4(2):70-74
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