Clinical Features:

    • Most likely a malformation rather than a neoplasm
    • Most common on the upper face and genital region
    • Usually multifocal
    • Usually present as small white to yellow papules
    • Several variants have been described.

    Histologic Features:

    • Well-defined lesion consisting of comma-shaped groups of epithelial cells with tubule formation and focal formation of lumina lined by cuticles
    • The cells are polygonal to flattened with eosinophilic to clear cytoplasm and bland nuclei without mitoses
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    Cases associated with this book:

  • Syringoma
    Author: Stephen Lyle, M.D., Ph.D.

    Conference: Teaching Collection