HOMOEOPATHY FOR SYRINGOMAS
Syringomas are harmless sweat duct tumours. They are most often found in clusters on the eyelids but they may also arise elsewhere on the face, in the armpits, umbilicus, upper chest and vulva.
It is a skin coloured or yellowish firm rounded bump, one to three millimetres in diameter.
They start to appear in adolescence and are more common in women than men
Eruptive syringomas appear abruptly in adult life, as a crop of multiple lesions typically on the chest or lower abdomen. Most patients with eruptive syringomas are Asian or dark skinned. Syringoma may be confused with xanthelasma (cholesterol deposits on the eyelids), trichoepitheliomas or basal cell skin carcinoma
1. Scaly and pustular with burning and itching Antim. Crude 200
2. Round nodules. Tendency to edematous swellings Kali iodide 30
3. Sycotic nodes. Tumors and warts Medorrhinum 200
4. A specific remedy Thuja occ. 200