Orbital invasion by periocular basal cell carcinoma
Skin lesion on the right malar region. CT scan to evaluate local extension.
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There is a soft tissue mass with enhancement that involves skins and subcutaneous in left malar region and extends to preseptal and postseptal left orbit orbit. The lesion seems to invade anterior portion of inferior and lateral rectus muscles.
Basal cell carcinoma (BCC) corresponds to about 75% off all cutaneous malignant tumors. It affects mainly males over 40 years-old, white and with a known history of solar exposition. Commonly it affects the skin on face.