Ann Dermatol.  2020 Oct;32(5):422-425. 10.5021/ad.2020.32.5.422.

A Case of Eccrine Poromatosis in a Patient with a History of Chemotherapy Due to Stomach Cancer

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  • 1Department of Dermatology, College of Medicine, The Catholic University of Korea, Seoul, Korea

Abstract

An eccrine poroma (EP) is a benign adnexal tumor that typically presents as a single lesion. Eccrine poromatosis defined as multiple EPs is an uncommon presentation. A 54-year-old male had undergone operation for stomach cancer 10 years prior and insisted that he had also taken adjuvant chemotherapy. The patient presented with six reddish papules and nodules scattered on the trunk and extremities for 3 years. The histopathologic findings from all six lesions were consistent with EP. No local recurrence was observed after complete removal through punch biopsies. We report a rare case of eccrine poromatosis in the patient with gastric cancer, suspected of being caused by chemotherapy.

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Eccrine poromatosis
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