Syringomas that are localized in penis are rare dermatological condition. Only 6-8 of the cases of eruptive syringoma of the penis are documented in literature. Though they are asymptomatic papules, one may be worried to be related to sexually transmitted disease. As its a atypical localization, it is always necessary to exclude other similar condition like pearly penile papules, condyloma, lichen planus, and bowenoid papulosis. But as syringomas have a distinct histopathologic features so it can be easily confirmed with a punch skin biopsy and the patients fears about sexually transmitted disease or cancer can be easily excluded.
As syringomas are harmless so treatment is not necessary. For a cosmetic reasons it can be removed by surgical excision, cryotherapy with liquid nitrogen, electrodessication and curettage. Carbon-dioxide laser may give more successive results. With all these treatment options available, syringoma can still recur frequently and the risk of scarring is a major problem. so there is no any succesful syringoma removal procedure.