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A Clinicopathologic Study on Eccrine Tumors

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에크린성 종양에 대한 임상 및 병리조직학적 소견 -대한피부과학회 피부병리 연구분과위원회 공동연구-
신, 정현; 고, 재경; 김, 광호; 김, 명화; 김, 상원; 김, 수남; 김, 시용; 김, 유찬; 손, 숙자; 오, 지원; 원, 영호; 유, 재학; 이, 미우; 이, 동윤; 이, 일수; 임, 철완; 조, 광현; 조, 백기; 최, 정철
Korean journal of dermatology, 45(11):1273-1283, 2006
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Korean journal of dermatology; 대한피부과학회지
Background: Various eccrine tumors are rather common diseases in clinicians. However, data on the clinicopathologic features of eccrine tumors in Korea are limited.

Objective: The purpose of this study was to investigate the clinicopathologic characteristics of eccrine tumors in Korea.

Methods: Two hundred and sixty five cases of eccrine tumors, seen from 2002 to 2004 in Korea, were retrospectively analyzed clinically and histopathologically.

Results: The most common eccrine tumors identified within Koreans were syringoma (61%), followed by eccrine poroma (13%), eccrine hidrocystoma (9%), and nodular hidradenoma (6%). Moreover, eccrine tumors were usually found to occur in middle-aged woman as multiple asymptomatic skin-colored papules. The most common site of occurrence was the face (45%), followed by the neck (9%), scalp (5%), foot (5%), abdomen (4%), and vulvar (3%).

Conclusion: The results of this study will be useful and fundamental data on eccrine tumors for clinicians and pathologists.
ClinicopathologicEccrine tumorsKorea
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