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Eccrine Poroma

Eccrine Poroma is a medical condition which only affects the skin. Eccrine poroma does not have the capacity to affect other tissues. This is considered to be just a benign neoplasm. It has its own malignant equivalent which is referred to as porocarcinoma. However, malignant porocarcinoma occurs rarely. This condition is characterized by the growth of tumors in the sweat gland. Basaloid cells are what comprise eccrine poroma and they tend to grow in solid outlines. There are actually three... more »

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