IR, an adult female, had a mass in the cheek of left buttock. The mass has been there for more than 10 years. On physical examination, the mass was discrete, firm, and movable. Ultrasound showed a cystic mass. Excision under local anesthesia was done on July 11, 2014. Intraoperative findings showed a well-encapsulated mass, 15 cm in its greatest diameter, containing yellow cheesy materials with an elongated 4-cm solidified white substance (feels cartilaginous) attached to a part of the inner wall. Histopathological report shows keratinous cyst with chronic inflammation.
The whole encapsulated mass after removal.
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