Eruptive syringoma is a rare type of syringoma, which are eccrine sweat gland tumours. They are small flesh-coloured papules and usually occurs in successive crops on the anterior body surfaces of women.
Eruptive syringoma usually present before or during puberty. They tends to occur high in asian and African American. Eruptive syringoma may usually occur in the axillae, abdomen and chest with or without face involvement.
Eruptive syringoma are usually asymptomatic but some people may have mild itching. There are non other complains besides cosmetic problem. Generally eruptive syringoma can be diagnosis just my looking the lesion but your doctor might perform a skin biopsy to confirm the case.
The Eruptive syringoma lesion are harmless and usually resolve on its own or in most of the cases remain stable. There is no long term complications but people find it uncomfortable in particular, if it occurs in face or any exposed areas.
The main aim of the treatment of syringoma is to minimize the scarring and prevent the recurrence. There are no any definite treatment modalities recommended, but there are many options like surgical excision, electrocautery, liquid nitrogen cryotherapy, dermabrasion, trichloroacetic acid and carbon dioxide lasers ablation. Oral isotretinoin and topical tretinoin and adapalene have been used but with not much success. The most used successive treatment may be Laser treatment. The most commonly used lasers are super-pulsed carbon dioxide laser and erbium laser.