S D Med 2016 Aug;69(8):359-361
Sanford Pathology Clinic, Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
Conventional eccrine spiradenoma is a benign, slow growing and painful tumor of the skin. While the tumor does not usually present a diagnostic dilemma, a rare variant with marked stromal lymphedema can be a challenge to interpret. We present a case of lymphangiectatic variant of eccrine spiradenoma in an 82-year-old white male who presented with a persistent left flank lesion for several months. Read More