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(of exocrine glands) producing a clear aqueous secretion without releasing part of the secreting cell

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Other cystic lesions included in the differential diagnosis of eccrine hidrocystomas are follicular cysts, epidermal inclusion cysts, hemangioma, lymphangioma, apocrine hidrocystoma and eccrine acrospiroma.
There is no current consensus regarding the pathogenesis of TEC, but the most popular etiologic theory, which claims excretion of chemotherapeutic agents via eccrine sweat, causes direct toxic damage to the cells of the straight portion of the eccrine duct, acrosyringuim, and epidermis.
Eccrine poroma: tumors exhibiting feature of epidermal sweat duct unit.
The U-M findings demonstrate that cells arise from beneath the wound, and suggest that human eccrine sweat glands also store an important reservoir of adult stem cells that can quickly be recruited to aid wound healing.
The subpustular papillary dermis had dense lymphocytic infiltrate and the normal pattern of the terminal spiral duct of the eccrine sweat gland was lost.
Histology may confirm the clinical diagnosis, showing lymphocytic superficial, and deep infiltrate concentrated around the eccrine glands.
Test specimens were prepared by placing eccrine perspiration fingerprint impressions on the various materials listed in Table 1.
ECCRINE SWEAT GLANDS primarily assist the body in regulating its temperature in response to heat exposure or exercise.
Porokeratotic eccrine ostial and dermal duct nevus (PEODDN) is a rare, benign adnexal hamartoma first reported by Marsden et al.
Fingerprint patterns are easily deposited on suitable surfaces by sweat secretions from eccrine glands present in the friction ridges of fingertips.
The mass was completely excised preserving the capsule and was later diagnosed by pathologic examination as eccrine hidrocystoma (see pages 251-254).
Increased eccrine gland function leads to miliaria, hyperhidrosis, dyshidrotic eczema, and decreased apocrine gland function leads to improvement in hidradenitis suppurativa, Fox- Fordyce disease.
In addition, the dermis of epidermoid cyst usually contains sebaceous glands, often eccrine glands, and in about 20% of the cases, apocrine glands that have matured.
3 Painful skin lesions, such as granular cell tumours, eccrine spiradenomas, dermatofibromas, neuromas, neurilemmomas, glomus tumours, angiolipomas and endometriomas, should be considered in the differential diagnosis of cutaneous leiomyomas.