syringoma


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syringoma

[‚sir·əŋ′gō·mə]
(medicine)
A multiple nevoid tumor of sweat glands. Also known as syringocystadenoma; syringocystoma.
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Acne management is also one of the services the clinic offers and can be achieved through Clear Laser, Skin Reveal and CO2 Laser while serious dermatological concerns like warts, pigments, syringoma can be solved through Warts Removal and CO2 Laser.
Even on a transected shave biopsy of a syringoma, it is usually easy to see that one is dealing with a very small and localized process.
Besides, the adnexa of the skin also give rise to appendage tumours like eccrine spiradenoma and chondroid syringoma. The incidence of chondroid syringoma is found to be more in the study when compared to the studies elsewhere.
Reneliza Francisco, a derm technologist, uses a patented natural herbal-cream preparation derived from cashew invented by de la Cruz to remove unwanted warts, moles, syringoma and other skin imperfections.
The main differential diagnosis was chondroid syringoma, which is also known as mixed tumor.
Differential diagnosis includes different types of cysts (inclusion, Gartner, Skene's, sebaceous, vestibular mucosa, canal of Nuck), leiomyoma fibroma, hernia, hidradenoma, hematomas, lipoma, endometriosis, syringoma, accessory breast tissue, folliculitis, urethral diverticula, hidradenitis suppurativa, chancroid, gonorrhea, syphilis, vaginitis, warts or Bartholin's gland cyst, abscess or cancer.
Trichoepithelioma should clinically be differentiated from basal cell carcinoma, trichilemmoma, trichofolliculoma, syringoma and colloid milium.
Syringoma. A syringoma is a common tumour of eccrine sweat glands usually located on the lower eyelids, neck, chest, axillae, and genital area, including the vulva [28].
Dermatologic entities with similarities in histologic appearance include hidradenoma, apocrine cystadenoma, eccrine acrospiroma, papillary eccrine adenoma, apocrine adenoma, chondroid syringoma, and tubular apocrine adenoma [2, 4, 7].
Adenoid basal cell carcinoma, primary mucinous carcinoma of the skin, metastatic breast carcinoma, eccrine adenoma, syringoma, mixed tumor of the skin, metastasis from primary ACCs of the salivary gland, and rare primary cutaneous cribriform carcinoma should be considered in the differential diagnosis [1, 25, 30].
Other uncommon sites of this kind of tumor are in the skin (chondroid syringoma), nasal septum, palate, larynx, paranasal sinuses and vulva [2, 3].
Syringoma is a benign adnexal tumor derived from intraepitelial sweat gland ducts, which occur at puberty or at midlife (1).