Sebaceous carcinoma masquerade syndrome: Importance of biopsy and histopathological examination
Sebaceous carcinoma (SebCa), is the second most frequent malignancy of the eyelid. It often presents with non-specific clinical features and is known for mimicking benign inflammatory lesions such as chalazion. The masquerading ability of this highly invasive neoplasm can delay or mislead the diagno...
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