Treatment of syringomas
Syringoma is thought to be a benign overgrowth of elements of the skins sweat glands.
In real life, these commonly present as small little bumps appearning on the upper cheek or lower eyelid. They can begin at puberty but sometimes seem to increase in appearance with advancing years. They tend to be limited to a small regular size usually 1/8 inch in diameter. They are commonly confused with xanthelasma which present more like small whitish plaque like lesions on the lower eyelid.