Breast Cancer Metastasis Masquerading as the Great Masquerad
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Sebaceous cell carcinoma is often heralded as the “great masquerader” with its variability in presentation, and deceptively benign-appearing eyelid features. It arises from sebaceous glands, commonly from the meibomian glands in the tarsus, and thus can present as thickening or yellow appearance of the tarsus. Sebaceous cell carcinoma is also known for its pagetoid spread, with malignant cells separate from the tumor focus. We present a rare case of a right upper eyelid breast cancer metastasis with shared features of sebaceous cell carcinoma both clinically and on histopathology....

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