Steven Leibowitz, MD
  • 100 UCLA Medical Plaza, Suite 747, Los Angeles, California,90024
    310-272-0808
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    702-242-5555
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  • 299 N. Pecos Road, Henderson, Nevada,89074
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Procedures

Syringoma

Syringomas

harmless sweat duct tumors, typically found clustered on eyelids, although they could also be found in the armpits,umbilicus, or vulva. they are skin-colored or yellowish firm rounded bumps, 1-3 mm in diameter, and could be confused with xanthelasma

 

Demographics

  • Syringomas could appear at any get older, though they usually take place after puberty. Syringomas could develop in people regarding any race and regarding either gender, though females tend to be more commonly affected.
  • Syringomas often run in families. Nearly 18% of people with Down syndrome have syringomas. People with diabetes mellitus are more inclined to have a type generally known as clear cell syringomas.
  • A less common condition, eruptive syringomas, is more commonly seen in people with darker skin.

Treatment

They could be removed with erbium or carbon dioxide lasers.

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