Epidermal inclusion cyst - anterior chest wall
Left anterior chest wall lesion - more than 10 years. No pain.
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There is an encapsulated lesion at site of swelling in anterior chest wall. Lesion abutts skin as well as underlying pectoralis muscle; and it lies in subcutaneous plane. There are anechoic clefts/globules in lesion along with tiny echogenic lines/dots. Lesion is compressible and avascular.
Anterior chest wall lesion shows classic ultrasound findings of epidermal inclusion cyst. However, there is no histopathology follow up.