Sep 1, 1977

Apocrine cystadenoma of the penile shaft

Archives of Dermatology
R F PowellE B Smith

Abstract

What is to our knowledge the first apocrine cystadenoma reported on the penile shaft is described. Of 96 previously reported apocrine cystadenomas, more than 90% were located on the face, ears, or scalp; the remainder occurred on the chest, axilla, or prepuce. Apocrine cystadenoma should be considered in the differential diagnosis of solitary blue, gray, or flesh-colored cystic nodules in those areas.

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Body of Penis
Entire Scalp
Axilla
Nodule
Apocrine Cell
Scalp Structure
Differential Diagnosis
Anterior Thoracic Region
Foreskin of Penis
Chest

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