Clinical nuclear medicine vol:18 issue:5 pages:425-7
A case of a sebaceous carcinoma is presented. This carcinoma of the skin appendages requires diagnosis by histopathology because the clinical appearance is often atypical. Because of the frequency of metastases to local lymph nodes and bone, a careful physical examination and appropriate radiologic/scintigraphic examinations of these organs should be performed routinely. The case presented illustrates the very malignant character of this tumor.