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Division

West Florida

Hospital

Largo

Specialty

Dermatology

Document Type

Poster

Publication Date

5-2020

Keywords

Spiradenocarcinoma, Malignant acrospiroma, Non-melanoma skin cancer, Acrospiroma

Disciplines

Dermatology | Neoplasms | Skin and Connective Tissue Diseases

Abstract

Spiradenocarcinoma is a malignancy of eccrine origin, with only 120 reported cases in the literature.1 Elderly males and females are equally affected.2 Benign spiradenomas along with their malignant counterpart are more frequent in patients with Brooke-Spiegler syndrome or familial eccrine spiradenoma, owing to the increased incidence of folliculosebaceous-apocrine tumors seen with these entities.3

Malignant Degeneration of Spiradenoma of the Eyebrow

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