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Talgdrüsentumoren

  • Uwe Wollina
  • Thomas Bocker
  • Elena Castelli

Zusammenfassung

Talgdrüsen entwickeln sich ontogenetisch aus den primitiven Haar-Talgdrüsen-Einheiten der Haarbündel, welche beim Menschen überwiegend aus einem Haupt- und zwei Beihaaren bestehen [66, vgl. 85]. Prinzipiell gelten ähnliche Verhältnisse auch für den Vellushaarfollikel [7]. Aus einem epithelialen Follikelkragen bildet sich die Anlage, aus welcher Talgdrüsen entstehen können [106]. Die funktionelle Intaktheit der Talgdrüsen ist an die physiologische Ausprägung des Haares geknüpft. Kommt es zur sekundären Degeneration der Haarfollikel, bilden sich auch Talgdrüsen zurück [74].

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  • Thomas Bocker
  • Elena Castelli

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