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Sebaceous carcinoma is an eyelid malignancy commonly seen in Asian population that originates from the Meibomian glands, glands of Zeis or from the sebaceous glands in the caruncle. It is sometimes mistaken for a chalazion or a benign lid mass or a blepharoconjunctivitis and hence not managed well. old woman who presented with a recurrent sebaceous carcinoma in the lower lid that progressed rapidly to attain a large size of 22mm X 18mm X15mm. The tumour was excised with wide margins of 6mm andfatcat:6zuh65cbj5fvtk5g7wn5mcxu3u