The gland-ducts are enlarged, patulous or plugged with sebaceous and epithelial matter.
From furuncle, abscess, and sebaceous, fatty and fibroid tumors.
To this family belongs the genus Demodex found in the sebaceous glands and hair follicles of various mammals, including man.
This is merely the solidified secretion from the sebaceous gland.
The condition is met with in elderly men, and the masses appear to be chiefly composed of sebaceous adenomas.
In the sebaceous glands the first secretion is formed by a fatty modification of the whole of the central cells of the gland.
His face was a sebaceous trickle of long features, and on his hands there was a murky deposit that looked like scales.
The greasy surface of the skin as a rule comes from the sebaceous glands, as previously described.
A sebaceous cyst may reach such dimensions as to simulate a dermoid or thyreo-glossal cyst.
From the hair-follicle also grows out a pair of sebaceous glands, which serve to keep the fully-formed hair moist.
sebaceous se·ba·ceous (sĭ-bā'shəs)
Of, resembling, or characterized by fat or sebum; fatty.
Secreting or producing fat or sebum.