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Syringoma - brown skin

Syringomas in a 21-year-old girl. A benign skin tumour composed of sweat ducts that is usually multiple. The individual small dermal papules are skin coloured, yellowish or mauve, but sometimes appear translucent and cystic. The surface may be rounded or flatā€topped and the outline sometimes angular. Rarely, injury to the surface will allow a drop of clear watery fluid to escape. They vary in size from 1 to 5 mm, but most are less than 3 mm. In most cases, there are multiple tumours, and they tend to have bilateral symmetry in distribution. Fitzpatrick skin type (FST) phototype 5.

Rasika Pereira

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