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Sebaceoma is a benign sebaceous neoplasm that consists of variably-sized lobules in the dermis. Unlike sebaceous adenoma, the lobules in sebaceoma lack organization and are composed of a predominant population of basaloid cells that are haphazardly admixed with a small number of mature sebocytes (cells with clear cytoplasm).

Rare cases show reticular, cribriform, or rippled patterns (as seen in this case) and nuclear palisading resembling Verocay bodies.

Image courtesy of: T Fujisawa, MD, Sapporo City, Japan.

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