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the sebaceous glands, which are, however, normal in shape and have normal excretory ducts. Each gland is inclosed in a thin capsule of fibrous tissue. The epithelial layer is increased and the papillae of the corium are hypertrophied; and here the growth resembles the benign forms of epithelioma to a certain extent. The isolated hair papillae found in a few of the sections are very small and atrophic. The sweat glands and the subcutaneous connective tissue and fat are apparently unchanged, savedoi:10.1001/jama.1901.62470290023002g fatcat:ur55tiruwfaepb6tqdmiukfa5a