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ALLMedicine™ Apocrine Hidrocystoma Center

Research & Reviews  20 results

Epibulbar Subconjunctival Apocrine Hidrocystoma.
Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery; Charles NC, Raju LV et. al.

Jul 21st, 2021 - Apocrine hidrocystomas are benign cystic tumors derived from apocrine sweat glands; they are most commonly located in the skin of the head and neck regions. Ophthalmic occurrences characteristically appear at the lash line and canthi of the eyelid...

Apocrine Hidrocystoma of the External Auditory Canal in a Child.
Otology & Neurotology : Official Publication of the Ameri... Tachibana T, Sasaki T et. al.

Jun 15th, 2021 - Apocrine Hidrocystoma of the External Auditory Canal in a Child.|2021|Tachibana T,Sasaki T,Wani Y,Naoi Y,Kataoka Y,|

Apocrine hidrocystoma: a slowly growing postauricular translucent nodule.
Dermatology Online Journal; Pandher K, Cerci FB et. al.

Feb 10th, 2021 - Apocrine hidrocystoma is a benign, cystic proliferation of the apocrine sweat gland that may present commonly on sun-exposed areas of the head and neck. However, given its location and features, apocrine hidrocystomas may often be confused with ma...

Intraconal Orbital Hidrocystoma in an Infant.
The Journal of Craniofacial Surgery; Bagheri A, Veisi A et. al.

Nov 26th, 2020 - Intraconal orbital hidrocystoma is a very rare entity. Herein, a 6-month old boy with an intraconal apocrine hidrocystoma will be reported. The patient presented with a left-sided mild proptosis and significant anisometropic hypermetropia. Clinica...

Giant pigmented apocrine hidrocystoma of the scalp.
Dermatology Online Journal; Nguyen HP, Barker HS et. al.

Sep 18th, 2020 - Hidrocystomas are benign cysts of sweat duct epithelium that can present as single or multiple lesions, with or without pigmentation. The size is typically 1-3mm in diameter. Although hidrocystomas commonly occur in most parts of the head and neck...

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News  2 results

Eye Can’t See a Thing

Sep 12th, 2018 - DISCUSSION This is a typical presentation of an apocrine hidrocystoma (AH), a benign lesion of uncertain etiology. The eyelid is rich in apocrine, eccrine, and sebaceous glands, all of which can transform into cysts via traumatic plugging.

Hidrocystomas - A Brief Review

Sep 6th, 2006 - Associated Syndromes The inherited disorders that are most commonly associated with the presence of multiple eccrine/apocrine hidrocystomas are Goltz-Gorlin syndrome and Schopf-Schulz-Passarge syndrome. Goltz-Gorlin (also known as Jessner-Cole syn...

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