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syringoma

 [sir″ing-go´mah]
1. a benign tumor believed to originate from the ductal portion of the eccrine sweat glands, occurring as multiple small flesh-colored papules on the face, neck, upper chest, and sometimes the vulva, usually in postpubertal women, characterized by dilated cystic sweat ducts in a fibrous stroma. (See Atlas 2, Part A.)

sy·rin·go·ma

(si'ring-gō'mă),
A benign, often multiple, sometimes eruptive neoplasm of the sweat gland ducts composed of very small round cysts.
[syringo- + G. -ōma, tumor]

syringoma

/sy·rin·go·ma/ (sir″ing-go´mah) a benign tumor believed to originate from the ductal portion of the eccrine sweat glands, characterized by dilated cystic sweat ducts in a fibrous stroma.

syringoma

pl. syringomas, syringomata [sir′ing·gō′mə]
a benign tumor derived from an eccrine sweat gland. It appears as a small, smooth papule the color of the underlying skin, often on the upper body of a postpubertal woman. Some are typically multiple, often appearing on the lower eyelids.
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Syringomas

syringoma

A small (usually < 3 mm) benign adnexal (sweat-gland) tumour, usually arranged in clusters, which is most common in pubertal women; located on eyelids, neck, upper anterior chest and vulva, appearing as multiple flesh-coloured to yellowish papulonodules.

sy·rin·go·ma

(sir'ing-gō'mă)
A benign, often multiple, sometimes eruptive, neoplasm of the sweat gland ducts composed of very small round cysts.
[syringo- + G. -ōma, tumor]
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Mucocutaneous Findings in Children, Youth Finding Percentage Fissured tongue 28 Hypertrophy of tongue papillae 22 Premature graying 14 Cheilitis 13 Xerosis 12 Alopecia areata (including 1 child with alopecia totalis) 11 Palmoplantar hyperkeratosis 10 Syringoma 6 Keratosis pilaris 4 Geographic tongue 4 Trichotillomania (3 girls and 1 boy) 4 Vitiligo 3 Seborrheic dermatitis 3 Livedo reticularis 2 Atopic dermatitis 0 Source: Dr.
Mucocutaneous Findings in Children And Young Adults Finding Percentage Fissured tongue 28 Hypertrophy of tongue papillae 22 Premature graying 14 Cheilitis 13 Xerosis 12 Alopecia areata (including 1 child with alopecia totalis) 11 Palmoplantar hyperkeratosis 10 Syringoma 6 Keratosis pilaris 4 Geographic tongue 4 Trichotillomania (3 girls and 1 boy) 4 Vitiligo 3 Seborrheic dermatitis 3 Livedo reticularis 2 Atopic dermatitis 0 Source: Dr.
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