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Friday 24th of November 2017

Epidermal Inclusion Cysts

General information on Epidermal Inclusion Cysts

Sebaceous cysts, called epidermal inclusion cysts, are noncancerous tumors that rise out of from glands that are beneath the skin and can be found anywhere on the body. These cysts are composed of a think covering over a lump of sebum which is a fatty secretion. Sebaceous cysts are the most common type of tumor you can find on the skin of your cat, but it is less common for a cat to get these cysts than it is for a dog. Most likely, these cysts will become infected and will have to be drained.

Symptoms of Epidermal Inclusion Cysts

There are no specific symptoms other than you may find cysts on the skin of your cat.

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Treatments for Epidermal Inclusion Cysts

Should the cyst become infected and is drained, this may provide for a cure. In general, these cysts should be removed by your veterinarian.

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I have a female cat the has a big knot by its upper right shoulder and it feels squishy, I am extremely concerned because she means so very much to me and I dont want to lose her. She is a mother to 4 kittens and they also need her. I go to dialysis 3 times a week and I look forward to seeing her and giving her attention everyday even when I am not feeling good. So what do I need to do in order to keep her around? Thanks
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