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Sebaceous adenitis

Inflammation of a sebaceous (oil-producing) gland. In dogs, sebaceous glands are found on the top of the tail near its base, and at the junction of mucous membranes with skin. In cats, these glands are found on the chin, lip margins and the top of the tail. Inflammation of the sebaceous glands (found at the base of hair follicles),

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