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Sebaceous cell carcinoma continues to defy clinicians and pathologists in terms of early diagnosis. The tumor may be mistaken as benign lesions such as chalazion and blepharitis, and also as malignant neoplasms, mainly basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma. Despite advances in immunohistochemical analysis and treatment options during the last decades, morbidity and metastasis rates remain high. Prognosis is strongly related to the length of time between diagnosis and initiation ofdoi:10.4172/2155-9554.1000353 fatcat:okbiq6i2jbb7ppusropreuaueq