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Cutaneous adnexal tumours are numerous types of benign and malignant tumours that arise from:
Adnexal tumours may be sporadic but are sometimes due to syndromes, such as:
They are usually diagnosed by biopsy findings, rather than clinically. Their histological features are combined with special immunohistochemistry stains for a pathological diagnosis.
Benign eccrine and apocrine tumours include:
Malignant eccrine and apocrine tumours include:
Benign follicular tumours include:
Malignant follicular tumours include:
Sebaceous tumours include:
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