Other skin diseases include Syringoma. Syringoma appear as slightly raised bump occurring around the eyes, particularly on the lower eyelid. They are benign sweat gland tumours. They may fluctuate in size particularly in hot summer months when sweating becomes excessively. Syringoma typically grow larger and become numerous over time, often coalescing to wider bumps. When they are small, RF plasma can be used to safely evaporate the bumps. Larger Syringoma often require punch excision. If many Syringoma lie in close proximity, they may need to be surgically excised with primary closure.