Aggressive extraocular sebaceous carcinoma metastasizing to
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Extraocular sebaceous carcinoma (SC) is a rare neoplasm with only 130 previous reported cases. Traditionally, extraocular sebaceous carcinoma is considered less aggressive in comparison to the ocular type. However, recent studies show that extraocular SC may lead to widespread disseminated metastatic disease in 21% of cases.We report a case of a previously healthy man who developed extraocular sebaceous carcinoma on his lower back. A month later, the patient presented with hemoptysis, hip-, and abdominal pain. Magnetic resonance imaging confirmed the presence of lung, liver and bone metastases. The patient was initially misdiagnosed with squamous cell carcinoma, but immunohistochemistry concluded the correct diagnosis to be extraocular sebaceous carcinoma. The patient died shortly after diagnosis.....

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