What is the difference between sebaceous and sweat glands?

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Sebaceous glands, or holocrine glands, are found over the entire surface of the body except for the palms, soles, and dorsum of the feet. They are the largest and most concentrated in the face and scalp where they are the sites of origin of acne. The normal function of sebaceous glands is to produce and secrete sebum, a group of complex oils that include triglycerides and fatty acid breakdown products, wax esters, squalene, cholesterol esters,...
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