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Eccrine Tumors

Eccrine hidrocystoma
  • Kinya Ishikawa

Abstract

Eccrine hidrocystoma appears chiefly on the face of women as solitary or multiple lesions. It is a translucent, cystic papule from which a drop of clear watery liquid is seen to discharge when punctured with the point of a needle. Eccrine hidrocystoma has been regarded as a retention cyst of eccrine sweat, but there is no evidence of obstruction of the eccrine sweat duct. Nevoid malformation of the eccrine duct may be involved in the histogenesis of this cyst [2, 4].

Keywords

Retention Cyst Sweat Duct Cutan Pathol Oncogenic Differentiation Small Lumina 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Kinya Ishikawa
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of DermatologyKasumigaura National HospitalTsuchiura 300Japan

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