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Muir-Torre Syndrome with Novel Mutation in the MSH2 Gene.

Muir-Torre syndrome (MST) is a rare autosomal dominant subtype of hereditary non-polyposis colorectal carcinoma. The diagnosis is established based on the coexistence of sebaceous gland tumors and visceral organ malignancies. Mutations in the mismatch repair genes are responsible for Muir-Torre syndrome. Internal malignancies seen in MTS are most commonly colorectal, gastrointestinal system, endometrial, genitourinary system, breast, lung, brain, and hepatobiliary system malignancies. Detection of sebaceous neoplasia is essential in investigating Muir-Torre syndrome, allowing early detection of internal malignancies. Herein, we present the case of a patient with sebaceous adenomas, internal malignancies, and a new mutation detected during the genetic examination.

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