Frontal scalp mass

13 year old female with painless left frontal scalp mass growing in size for the last 4 months. Mom reported mild headaches occasionally. No bleeding from the site. No fever or chills. Patient is not on any treatment. Normal neuro examination. Concerns about the projections of the mass. Any input will be greatly appreciated

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IT'S A..CASE OF.. ? SCALP WARTS.. ? FILIFORM WARTS.. * TOPICALLY.. PEELING SOLUTION.. * CRYOTHERAPY..
Tnx Dr Shivraj Agarwal sir
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SUGGESTIVE of INFECTED WART. ON. SCALP
Ddx: sebaceous cyst,fibroma.surgical excision, antibiotics.
Wart?infected advised removal under antibiotic coverage
Subcutaneous infected sebaceous cyst
Scalp granuloma Surgical excision
Filiformis wart Adv cauterization
Thanx dr Kute Ankush
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Scalp wart
Sebaceous cyst. Sebaceous cysts form out of your sebaceous gland. The sebaceous gland produces the oil (called sebum) that coats your hair and skin. Cysts can develop if the gland or its duct (the passage from which the oil is able to leave) becomes damaged or blocked. This usually occurs due to a trauma to the area.
Scalp Wart/Sebaceous Cyst.Advised FNAC/Excision Bx after imaging.
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