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Figure 2: Histopathologically, hybrid cyst comprising steatocystoma (right half) and epidermal cyst (left half) with an abrupt transition (arrow) in between. Note the intermittent presence of stratified squamous cells over the sebaceous epithelium (a) (H and E stain, ×40). Steatocystoma component characterized by multilayered sebaceous epithelium (b) with occasional presence of multinucleate giant cells (c) (H and E stain, ×400). Epidermal cyst featuring stratified squamous epithelium with intermediate stratum granulosum and laminated keratinization (d) (H and E stain, ×400)

Figure 2: Histopathologically, hybrid cyst comprising steatocystoma (right half) and epidermal cyst (left half) with an abrupt transition (arrow) in between. Note the intermittent presence of stratified squamous cells over the sebaceous epithelium (a) (H and E stain, ×40). Steatocystoma component characterized by multilayered sebaceous epithelium (b) with occasional presence of multinucleate giant cells (c) (H and E stain, ×400). Epidermal cyst featuring stratified squamous epithelium with intermediate stratum granulosum and laminated keratinization (d) (H and E stain, ×400)