poroma

poroma

 [pŏ-ro´mah]
a tumor arising in a pore.
eccrine poroma a benign tumor arising from the intradermal portion of an eccrine sweat duct, usually on the sole.

po·ro·ma

(pō-rō'mă),
1. Synonym(s): callosity
2. Synonym(s): exostosis
3. Induration following a phlegmon.
4. A tumor of cells lining the skin openings of sweat glands.
[G. pōrōma, callus, fr. pōros, stone]

poroma

/po·ro·ma/ (por-o´mah) a tumor arising in a pore.
eccrine poroma  a benign tumor arising from the intradermal portion of an eccrine sweat duct, usually on the sole.

poroma

See Eccrine poroma, Malignant eccrine poroma.

po·ro·ma

(pōr-ō'mă)
1. Synonym(s): callosity.
2. Synonym(s): exostosis.
3. Induration following a phlegmon.
4. A tumor of cells lining the skin openings of sweat glands.
[G. pōrōma, callus, fr. pōros, stone]
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These were followed in frequency by 3 cases (2%) of poroma, 2 cases (1.
In this review, we also identified several benign entities that have not been previously reported on the vulva, to our knowledge, namely, pilomatricoma, poroma, spiradenoma, and sebaceoma.
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A poroma is a superficial tumor confined to the epidermis and upper dermis.
Squamous differentiation in malignant ecerine poroma.
Based on the results of the database search, 27 cases were retrieved from the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center archives for the study: 12 cases of ductal CMBC (44%), which included 11 cases with morphologies not otherwise specified and 1 case of basal phenotype; 11 cases of SGC (41%), which included 5 cases of EC, 3 cases of porocarcinoma (PC), and 3 cases of microcystic adnexal carcinoma (MAC); and 4 additional, randomly selected cases (15%), which included 2 primary cutaneous adnexal benign neoplasms (a poroma and an apocrine adenoma) and 2 cases of PBC.
Cases where significant diagnostic differences were noticed included a suspicious Kaposi sarcoma (case 16), finally reevaluated as a dermatofibroma; an invasive squamous cell carcinoma of the head diagnosed as eccrine poroma (case 21) on final microscopy; and a suspicious low-grade soft tissue sarcoma diagnosed as angioleiomyoma (case 22), which was confirmed with the help of immunohistochemical staining.
Retroauricular Associated with a poroma Axilla Associated with a poroma Ear .
Two neoplasms were associated with a poroma (cases 14 and 15).
The same in situ HPV DNA probes were performed using the same technique on 3 eccrine hydrocystomas, 3 eccrine syringomas, 2 eccrine poromas, and 3 apocrine hydrocystomas; none showed any positive staining.