Atheroma in the groin in women

author: doctor Ilona Lesnaya

Atheroma is a specific benign tumor that is located under the skin in all parts of the body, especially in the scalp. The cause of its occurrence is a blockage of the sebaceous glands or non-observance of personal hygiene. This tumor is found in both men and women of different ages, but men are more prone to this pathology. Although atheroma is a benign tumor, it still needs to be removed.

Atheroma in a child: causes, symptoms and treatment

author: doctor Krivega M.S.

Atheroma in a child is a benign formation originating from the secretion of the sebaceous glands. This is a kind of cyst, which is obtained as a result of blockage of the outlet duct of the sebaceous gland by its secret, it has a capsule. Atheromas appear in places where there are sebaceous glands. Usually these are places where hair grows: on the scalp, on the face, in the genital area or on themselves, on the neck, on the back, on the ears. The appearance of multiple atheromas (they are usually of small size) gives the name of the disease - atheromatosis.

Suppurated atheroma

author: doctor Ivanova Yu.A.

Atheroma is a tumor that is benign in clinical and morphological classifications and refers to epithelial cysts. Usually atheroma develops on the hairy areas of the body, so it is more common on the head and face, which are particularly rich in the sebaceous glands. The cause of this tumor (cysts) is a blockage of the duct of these sebaceous glands.

Atheroma removal by laser

author: doctor Sholenkina О.N.

When the duct is blocked, the sebaceous gland can form a cyst or atheroma. Places of her residence - body parts, rich in sebaceous glands: the lower part of the face, the scalp, axillary cavities, neck and back. If the course is uncomplicated, the disease is transferred easily and for a long period the patients do not complain about anything. Then there is a completely logical question: why remove it?



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