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What do syringomas look like?

Syringomas are multiple skin-coloured small lumps measuring 1 to 3 mm in diameter. In people with skin of colour (pigmented or dark skin), they may appear as yellowish or pale bumps. Syringomas are more common in women and most frequently appear during or after adolescence. The most common location is around the eye area. In eruptive forms of syringoma the trunk, chest and abdominal areas are involved. The papules usually grow in small groups and are typical:

  • yellow
  • bown
  • pale pink
  • skin-toned

Syringoma clusters tend to be symmetrical, meaning the same pattern appears on both sides of the body in the same place

Signs and symptoms of syringomas

Syringomas usually appear as small bumps that grow between 1 and 3 millimeters. They are either yellowish or flesh-colored. They typically occur in symmetrical clusters on both sides of your face or body.

Eruptive syringomas are usually found on your chest or abdomen and appear as multiple lesions occurring at the same time.

Syringomas aren’t itchy or painful and are usually asymptomatic.

How is syringoma treated?

Causes of syringomas

Syringomas can be caused by any activity that increases sweat gland productivity, which may lead to tumor growth. In addition, some conditions affect the sweat glands and may mean you’re more likely to develop syringomas. These include:

  • genetics
  • Down syndrome
  • diabetes mellitus
  • Marfan’s syndrome
  • Ehlers-Danlos syndrome

Facts Of Syringomas

In most cases, syringomas are harmless and do not cause symptoms. Rarely, however, some individuals with syringomas experience extreme pain and itchiness, especially when sweating.

  • Syringomas largely develop in early adulthood, between the ages of 25 and 30.
  • Syringomas are connected to many completely different medical conditions, as well as diabetes.
  • Though rare, some individuals have a genetic predisposition towards developing them.
  • Once syringomas are diagnosed, there’s usually no reason to treat them.

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