Winer's dilated pore
- Winer’s pore
A hair structure anomaly that appears as an enlarged solitary comedo, most commonly on the face, predominantly on the upper lip, cheek, or forehead of a middle-aged person. The lesion can also be found on the trunk, most commonly the back. The pore is a tumor of the intraepidermal follicle and infundibulum of a pilosebaceous apparatus. The skin surrounding the pore appears to be unchanged, with no inflammation or induration.
This eponym was submitted by Charles Steffen, M.D.
- L. H. Winer:
The dilated pore, a trichoepithelioma.
The Journal of Investigative Dermatology, Cambridge, 1954, 23: 181-8.
- P. B. Luther, D. W. Scott, R. G. Buerger:
The dilated pore of Winer--an overlooked cutaneous lesion of cats.
The Journal of Comparative Pathology, Liverpool, November 1989, 101(4): 375-379.
- C. Steffen:
Winer's dilated pore: the infundibuloma.
The American Journal of Dermatopathology, New York, June 2001, 23(3): 246-253.