A sebaceous cyst resolved by individualized homoeopathic medicine: A case report
Author(s): Dr. Hasinur Jahan and Dr. Bandona Gain
Abstract: Sebaceous cyst, a benign encapsulated, subepidermal nodule filled with keratin. They can occur anywhere on the body except the palms and soles. A 33 year- old- patient came had a cystic swelling for 6 months. After a thorough assessment, a individualized treatment plan was created, and the most suitable homeopathic medicine, Calcarea carbonica, was prescribed. The sebaceous cyst was successfully treated within a certain number of months with repetition as per needed. The progress was documented with photographs taken from the same angle and under similar lighting conditions during each follow-up.