pilosebaceous


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pilosebaceous

 [pi″lo-sĕ-ba´shus]
pertaining to the hair follicles and sebaceous glands.

pi·lo·se·ba·ceous

(pī'lō-sĕ-bā'shŭs),
Relating to the hair follicles and sebaceous glands.
[pilo- + L. sebum, suet]

pi·lo·se·ba·ceous

(pī'lō-sĕ-bā'shŭs)
Relating to the hair follicles and sebaceous glands.
[pilo- + L. sebum, suet]

pilosebaceous

Pertaining to the hair follicles and their associated sebaceous glands.
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This review article summarizes up-to-date knowledge and hypotheses of PCA, especially in pathogenesis and treatment, focusing on one of the latest ideas: peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor [gamma] (PPAR-[gamma]) involvement in lipid homeostasis within pilosebaceous units.
acnes is part of the skin and mucous membrane commensal microbial flora [8] and is mainly located in the pilosebaceous follicles and external auditory canal.
However, this study considered [alpha]-synuclein inclusions in the epidermis and in pilosebaceous units but did not specifically assess intraneural accumulation [12].
In this type of burn, the pilosebaceous complexes situated in the lower area of the deep reticular dermis remain intact.
Histopathological examination revealed a cyst lined by keratinizing squamous epithelium with attached pilosebaceous structures suggestive of dermoid cyst.
A skin biopsy taken from these nodules revealed the presence of multiple foamy macrophages surrounding pilosebaceous units (Figure 5A).
Pores are actually the tiny openings of the pilosebaceous and sweat ducts on the skin surface.
Preliminary animal studies suggest that minocycline delivered by the BPX-01 formulation is absorbed into the skin, reaching the epidermis and the pilosebaceous region where acne develops.
Histopathology revealed a keratinizing squamous epithelium with pilosebaceous structures in the cyst wall consistent with a dermoid cyst.
Acne vulgaris is a chronic inflammatory disease of the pilosebaceous unit, characterized by seborrhea, formation of comedones, erythematous papules, and pustules and less frequently by nodules, deep pustules, or pseudocysts [1].