Primary mucinous carcinoma is a rare tumor which behaves in a relatively benign or locally aggressive manner and usually arises on the head and neck region. In this study, we would like to present a patient who has primary mucinous carcinoma of the skin, review the literature on this tumor. Case Presentation: 63 years old male patient applied to our clinic with a palpable and painless mass at lower eyelid. Physical examination showed that it had irregular borders and 2,5x2 cm diameter. The incisional biopsy revealed mucinous carcinoma . According to statistics the primary mucinous tumor of skin would be counted as a rare entity. Therefore, it is hard to understand and define this kind of tumors. The diagnosis and treatment modalities could be varied among clinics. Primary mucinous carcinoma is a rare tumor. Therefore we would like to present our patient that we operated and share our experience with literature
Corresponding Author: Geyik A.