- seaweed marquetry,
- sebaceous adenoma,
- sebaceous cyst,
- sebaceous epithelioma,
- sebaceous gland,
- sebaceous glands
Origin of sebaceous
Examples from the Web for sebaceous
The condition is met with in elderly men, and the masses appear to be chiefly composed of sebaceous adenomas.
They may be of a fibroid nature and arise from the follicles of the hair as sebaceous tumors or may be in the form of an abscess.Special Report on Diseases of Cattle|U.S. Department of Agriculture
A sebaceous cyst may reach such dimensions as to simulate a dermoid or thyreo-glossal cyst.
The only cyst with which the chiropodist ordinarily comes in contact is of the sebaceous variety.Surgery, with Special Reference to Podiatry|Maximilian Stern
The inflammation starts simultaneously from numerous points, from the hair-follicles, sweat-glands or sebaceous glands.Essentials of Diseases of the Skin|Henry Weightman Stelwagon
Word Origin for sebaceous
1728, "secreting sebum," from Latin sebaceus "of tallow," from sebum "tallow, grease" (see sebum). Meaning "oily, greasy, fatty" is from 1783.