A rare combination of sebaceoma with carcinomatous change (sebaceous carcinoma), trichoblastoma, and poroma arising from a nevus sebaceus

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Abstract

We report a case of a 48-year-old Malay female who presented with multiple tumors arising from a large nevus sebaceus on her right parieto-temporal scalp. Histologically, the tumors corresponded to a sebaceoma with carcinomatous change, a poroma and a trichoblastoma. Immunohistochemical staining of the sebaceous tumor with p53 showed strong within the areas of carcinomatous change, while there was negative to weak staining within the sebaceoma-like areas. A discussion on the potential secondary neoplasms from a nevus sebaceus ensues, with a review of this literature on multiple tumors from a nevus sebaceus.

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