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Musculo Skeletal Joints and Tendons | 6.3 Wrist and carpus
Case 6.3.9 Tumors


Lipomas:
Lipoma at the base of the thumb
Lipomas:
Intramuscular lipoma in the thenar muscle
Lipomas:
Lipoma anterior of the flexor carpi radialis tendon
Lipomas:
Interdigital lipoma between metacarpal 2 and 3
Lipomas:
Lipoma with a compressible mass with minimal vascularity on the palmar aspect of the hand anterior of the flexor tendon
Lipomas:
Lipoma
Nerve sheath tumors:
Nerve sheath tumor of the median nerve that proved to be a schwannoma
Nerve sheath tumors:
Schwannoma in the hand at the base of the thumb
Nerve sheath tumors:
Oval shaped hypoechoic vascularized mass in continuation of a nerve that proved to be a schwannoma
Nerve sheath tumors:
Schwannoma
Nerve sheath tumors:
Neuroma after surgical exploration
Fibroma:
Palmar fibromatosis (Dupuytren) with a hypoechoic nodule in the palmar plate anterior of the flexor tendon
Fibroma:
Dupuytren with 3 palmar fibromas
Fibroma:
Dupuytren with a palmar fibroma superficial of the flexor tendon
Fibroma:
Morbus Dupuytren with multiple fibromas in both hands. In the right hand digit 2, 3 and 4 are involved
Fibroma:
Dupuytren with a large palmar fibroma anterior of the flexor tendon of digit 5
Fibroma:
Large vascularized tumor anterior of the flexor pollicis longus tendon that biopsy proved to be a palmar fibroma
Fibroma:
Tendon sheath fibroma
Giant cell tumor:
Giant cell tumor with a hypoechoic vascularized mass in the wrist
Giant cell tumor:
Giant cell tumor in Guyon canal next to the ulnar artery and with displacement of the ulnar nerve
Giant cell tumor:
Giant cell tumor with a hypoechoic mass in the wrist
Giant cell tumor:
Giant cell tumor in the carpal tunnel
Giant cell tumor:
Large giant cell tumor at the base of the thumb
Giant cell tumor:
Giant cell tumor with a mass around the flexor tendon of the finger at the level of the second metacarpal
Giant cell tumor:
Giant cell tumor around the flexor tendon at the base of the thumb with a bony defect in the proximal phalanx
Giant cell tumor:
Small giant celll tumor with a vascularized hypoechoic mass on the volar aspect of the carpus
Miscelllaneous:
Hypervascularized mass on the volar side of the wrist in continuation with a vessel that proved to be an angiofibroma
Miscelllaneous:
Interdigital mass that proved to be a leiomyoma
Miscelllaneous:
Hemangioma in the palm of the hand
Miscelllaneous:
Lesion that surgery proved to be a partially thrombosed vascular malformation on the volar aspect of the hand
Lipomas:
Lipoma at the base of the thumb
Lipomas:
Intramuscular lipoma in the thenar muscle
Lipomas:
Lipoma anterior of the flexor carpi radialis tendon
Lipomas:
Interdigital lipoma between metacarpal 2 and 3
Lipomas:
Lipoma with a compressible mass with minimal vascularity on the palmar aspect of the hand anterior of the flexor tendon
Lipomas:
Lipoma
Nerve sheath tumors:
Nerve sheath tumor of the median nerve that proved to be a schwannoma
Nerve sheath tumors:
Schwannoma in the hand at the base of the thumb
Nerve sheath tumors:
Oval shaped hypoechoic vascularized mass in continuation of a nerve that proved to be a schwannoma
Nerve sheath tumors:
Schwannoma
Nerve sheath tumors:
Neuroma after surgical exploration
Fibroma:
Palmar fibromatosis (Dupuytren) with a hypoechoic nodule in the palmar plate anterior of the flexor tendon
Fibroma:
Dupuytren with 3 palmar fibromas
Fibroma:
Dupuytren with a palmar fibroma superficial of the flexor tendon
Fibroma:
Morbus Dupuytren with multiple fibromas in both hands. In the right hand digit 2, 3 and 4 are involved
Fibroma:
Dupuytren with a large palmar fibroma anterior of the flexor tendon of digit 5
Fibroma:
Large vascularized tumor anterior of the flexor pollicis longus tendon that biopsy proved to be a palmar fibroma
Fibroma:
Tendon sheath fibroma
Giant cell tumor:
Giant cell tumor with a hypoechoic vascularized mass in the wrist
Giant cell tumor:
Giant cell tumor in Guyon canal next to the ulnar artery and with displacement of the ulnar nerve
Giant cell tumor:
Giant cell tumor with a hypoechoic mass in the wrist
Giant cell tumor:
Giant cell tumor in the carpal tunnel
Giant cell tumor:
Large giant cell tumor at the base of the thumb
Giant cell tumor:
Giant cell tumor with a mass around the flexor tendon of the finger at the level of the second metacarpal
Giant cell tumor:
Giant cell tumor around the flexor tendon at the base of the thumb with a bony defect in the proximal phalanx
Giant cell tumor:
Small giant celll tumor with a vascularized hypoechoic mass on the volar aspect of the carpus
Miscelllaneous:
Hypervascularized mass on the volar side of the wrist in continuation with a vessel that proved to be an angiofibroma
Miscelllaneous:
Interdigital mass that proved to be a leiomyoma
Miscelllaneous:
Hemangioma in the palm of the hand
Miscelllaneous:
Lesion that surgery proved to be a partially thrombosed vascular malformation on the volar aspect of the hand
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