Luciano Schiazza M.D.
Eccrine hidrocystoma is a ductal retention cyst of eccrine sweat glands that appears as a solitary, clear, translucent cystic lesion on the outer canthus of the eyelids of one or both eyes eyelid of an adult person.
Histopathologically, the lesion contains cystic space lined by a distended epithelial lining of one or two layers of small cuboidal epithelial cells, with no papillary projections. No myoepithelial cells are present. There is an amorphous cyst content.
Management consisted of surgical removal by divulsion.