Dermal Eccrine Cylindroma, Epithelioma Adenoides Cysticum of Brooke, and Eccrine Spiradenoma. Presented by Helen R. Gottschalk, MD; James H. Graham, MD; Edward E. Aston, IV, MD (by invitation).
These two patients are father and daughter. The father is 58 years old and has a history of the development of multiple tumors since the age of 27 when four tumors were excised. Many other slowgrowing tumors have appeared since then, principally involving the scalp. His general health has been excellent. His case was presented to the Los Angeles Dermatological Society on Oct 8, 1958, and total scalp resection was proposed. This procedure was accomplished and followed by full thickness graft, with good healing. Since that time, various-sized tumors have continued to develop chiefly on the head, neck and upper part of the trunk.The daughter is 26 years old. Her tumors have been present since the age of eight, when lesions
Gottschalk HR. DERMATOLOGICAL CLINICAL CONFERENCE SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM FOR THE 102nd ANNUAL SESSION CALIFORNIA MEDICAL ASSOCIATION. Arch Dermatol. 1974;110(3):473-479. doi:10.1001/archderm.1974.01630090095041