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Dermoid cyst

Updated: 2017-06-13


The most common location for a dermoid cyst is the outer part of the eye socket near the end of an eyebrow.


Dermoid cysts are smooth, rubbery, and nontender. A ruptured cyst can inflame the skin and result in an infection.


To avoid complications, dermoid cysts are usually surgically removed.