papillary hidradenoma

(redirected from apocrine adenoma)

pap·il·lar·y hi·drad·e·no·ma

a solitary benign tumor occurring in women usually in the labia majora, cystic and papillary, and composed of epithelium resembling that of apocrine glands.

pap·il·lar·y hi·drad·e·no·ma

(pap'i-lar-ē hī-drad'ĕ-nō'mă)
A solitary benign tumor occurring in women, usually in the labia majora; cystic and papillary, and composed of epithelium resembling that of apocrine glands.
Synonym(s): apocrine adenoma.
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