모낭성 피지선 아포크린 분화를 보인 연골양 한관종 1예
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- Chondroid syringoma; Follicular; Sebaceous and apocrine differentiation
- Chondroid syringoma is a sweat gland tumor which is composed of a mixture of epithelial cells and mesenchymal tissue. It is referred to as a mixed tumors . Mixed tumor with follicular, sebaceous and apocrine differentiation are considered to be an expression of the common embryologic origin of elements of the folliculosebaceous-apocrine unit. A 74 year-old man presented with an asymptomatic, firm, pogmented nodule on the right cheek. Histologically, it showed numerous aggregates of cuboid epithelial cells with tubuloalveolar structures and keratinous cysts within a chondroid stroma. This was consistent with a chondroid syringoma. We herein descibe an unusual chondroid syringoma with folliculosebaceous-apocrine differentiation.
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