A 55-year-old woman presented with a rapidly growing 1.5-cm ulcerated lesion on the right lower eyelid. Low-power microscopic section yielded a picture of a vaguely nodular dermal proliferation of lightly eosinophilic and vacuolated cells (Fig. 26.1). At intermediate power, the neoplastic nodules consisted of a random admixture of optically clear and eosinophilic stained cells (Fig. 26.2). High-power examination yielded vacuolated cells composed of hyperchromatic nuclei (Fig. 26.3).
KeywordsSebaceous carcinoma Muir–Torre syndrome Sebocytes