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A Dilated Pore of Winer, is essentially a giant blackhead. I extract this one today, and it leaves a dilated pore which will shrink to some degree, but likely won’t entirely go away. We plan to see her again in the near future, and if she doesn’t like the appearance, or if it tends to fill again, we can excise the enlarged pore, and place a couple stitches, so that she replaces the “hole” with a fine line scar.
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Today I present to you a “mother” of a cyst. I mistakenly call this a dilated pore of Winer when in actuality I would say this is an epidermoid cyst that has grown so superficially and has created a big “blackhead” on top so that it looks like a pore of Winer but as you can see in the video, there’s a cyst with cyst content and a cyst wall. We sent it for pathology and it was confirmed to me a benign epidermoid cyst microscopically.