Chondroid syringoma

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    Clinical information:

    Solitary, circumscribed dermal or subcutaneous nodule.

    Mostly in head and neck of middle-aged man.

     

    Pathology:

    Epithelial cords with focal ductal lumen and cystic change within a myxoid, mesenchyma, myoepitheliod or chondroid stroma.

    Cytology is bland.

    Tumor is eccrine or apocrine in origin.

     

    Cases associated with this book:

  • M 35, left upper eyelid nodule
    Author: Deba P Sarma MD

    Conference: Dr. Sarma's Dermpath