Epidermoid cysts present as cystic swellings of the skin with a central punctum. They contain 'cheesy' keratin rather than sebum; thus the old term 'sebaceous cyst' should be avoided. These cysts occasionally rupture causing significant dermal inflammation which is not infected.
Swollen hair follicles and skin trauma may help to increase Epidermoid cyst.
Blocked gland and producing large sebum may induce to these cysts.
Bacteria which causes infection.
Because of changes in the lining of hair follicle.
It may arise due to comedones or clogged pores .
In some cases there may be genetic factor.
Injury to the skin may also change in to these cysts.
Any surgical procedure may also create epidermoid cysts.
Needle biopsy of the breast may also induce epidermoid cysts.
Injection of triamcinolone is used to treat inflamed cysts.
Antistaphylococcal oral antibiotics is useful for infected cysts.
Surgical and lasers techniques such as mini excision, and trephination is useful treatment of Epidermoid cyst.
Small infected cysts may remove by injection of steroid medications.
Good hygiene can stop these cysts.
Antibacterial soap must be used at the time of taking bath.
Incision and drainage is used to treat the infected cysts.
Carbon dioxide laser is used to treat the woman having multiple cysts on their face.
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