Treatment of a case with giant eyelid syringomas
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He had a history of multiple asymptomatic flesh-colored papules, which had slowly increased in number and coalesced into plaques, on both upper and lower eyelids. Some of the plaques were giant and mostly coalescent in nature. We excised surgically the giant plaques which were approximately 1.5-2 cm in diameter symmetrically from upper and lower eylids and the remaining plaques were left to be treated with cauterization. Histopathological examination revealed syringoma. Both of the eyelids were observed to have a cosmetically adequate appearence after the surgical intervention.