Hidradenoma verrucosum fistulovegetans (Darier); papilliferous nevus syringoadenomatosus; papilliferous nevus syringocystadenomatosus
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Especially the capillitium, face, neck, armpits, groins and genital region are affected.
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Mostly solitary, rarely multiple or linearly arranged, reddish-brown, 1.0-5.0 cm large tumor with predominantly verrucous, sometimes ulcerated surface.
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Usually moderately well defined dermal tumor originating from the surface epithelium with villi-shaped, papillary convolutes. These are lined in the upper part of the squamous epithelium, in the deeper parts by double-row cuboidal or cylindrical epithelium. Apocrine decapitation. In the deeper parts cystic dilated duct systems are visible. The centre of the papillae is densely filled with lymphocytes and plasma cells. Although plasma cell infiltration is a characteristic feature of this adnexal tumor, it is not specific and is also found in other apocrine differentiated tumors.
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Excision in toto is curative.
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