"Acrospiroma" is a descriptor in the National Library of Medicine's controlled vocabulary thesaurus,
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A rare cutaneous tumor of apocrine or eccrine SWEAT GLAND origin. It is most commonly found on the extremities and is usually benign. It appears as a solitary nodule or cyst and may be solid or produce a watery discharge. It is related to POROMA except in acrospiroma it does not involve the epidermis. There is no indication that heredity or external agents cause these tumors.
- Clear-Cell Hidradrenoma
- Clear Cell Hidradrenoma
- Clear-Cell Hidradrenomas
- Hidradrenoma, Clear-Cell
- Cystic Hidradenoma
- Cystic Hidradenomas
- Hidradenoma, Cystic
- Solid-Cystic Hidradenoma
- Hidradenoma, Solid-Cystic
- Solid Cystic Hidradenoma
- Solid-Cystic Hidradenomas
- Nodular Hidradrenoma
- Hidradrenoma, Nodular
- Hidradrenomas, Nodular
- Nodular Hidradrenomas
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