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Musculo Skeletal, bone, muscle, nerves and other soft tissues | 7.3 Peripheral nerves
Case 7.3.10 Peripheral nerve tumors


Schwannoma:
Schwannomas on the back
Case of the month December 2014: Schwannoma:
Schwannoma with a mass in continuation with the brachial plexus
Various tumors:
Intramuscular lesion in the neck that biopsy proved to be a schwannoma
Schwannoma:
Two schwannomas in the upper leg
Schwannoma:
Schwannoma with a partly cystic vascularized mass in continuity with a nerve
Schwannoma:
Schwannoma with a vascularized mass in continuity with a nerve next to the lesser saphenous vein
Schwannoma:
Schwannoma in the lower arm
Schwannoma:
Schwannoma with a hypoechoic mass and proximal and distal nerve
Schwannoma:
Schwannoma in the upper arm
Schwannoma:
Well defined hypoechoic mass in continuation with a nerve that biopsy proved to be a schwannoma
Schwannoma:
Large schwannoma in the upperarm with a hypoechoic lobulated vascularized mass in continuation with a nerve
Schwannoma:
Schwannoma
Schwannoma:
Schwannoma with a vascularized hypoechoic mass in continuation with a nerve
Schwannoma:
Small schwannoma
Schwannoma:
Schwannoma in the upper leg
Schwannoma:
Schwannoma in the upper arm
Schwannoma:
Ancient schwannoma in the axilla
Schwannoma:
Partly cystic mass in the gluteal region in continuation with a nerve that biopsy proved to be an ancient schwannoma
Schwannoma:
Ancient schwannoma with cystic changes
Schwannoma:
Ancient schwannoma in the arm
Pitfall Schwannoma:
Oval well defined benign looking mass mimicking a neurogenic tumor that proved to be a low grade sarcoma
Neurofibroma:
Well defined hypo-echoic vascularized oval shaped mass with benign characteristics that proved to be a neurofibroma
Neurofibroma:
Neurofibromatosis with multiple neurofibromas
Neurofibroma:
Multiple lobulated neurofibromas some of which are connected to each other in a young patient with neurofibromatosis
Neurofibroma:
Multiple neurofibromas with well defined hypoechoic soft tissue masses in the lower leg, ankle and foot
Neurofibromatosis and malignant transformation:
Neurofibromas in the brachial plexus in a patient with neurofibromatosis and a large vascularized hypoechoic mass that proved to be a sarcom ...
Post traumatic neuroma:
Post traumatic neuroma in the finger
Post traumatic neuroma:
Post traumatic neuroma in the finger
Post traumatic neuroma:
Stump neuroma
Post traumatic neuroma:
Stump neuroma
Post traumatic neuroma:
Stump neuroma in the distal tibial nerve after amputation
Post traumatic neuroma:
Thickening of the median nerve in the elbow after surgical repair and graft interposition
Mortons neuroma:
Mortons neuroma with a hypoechoic mass in the interdigital space and fluid bursa
Mortons neuroma:
Mortons neuroma in the interdigital space 3 and 4 on both sides
Mortons neuroma:
Large Mortons neuroma with a hypoechoic mass in the interdigital space on both sides
Malignant nerve tumors:
Malignant nerve sheath tumor
Case of the month January 2006: Various nerve lesions:
Nerve sheath ganglion of the peroneal nerve
Various nerve lesions:
Neuroma with glass fragments
Pittfalls:
Small subcutaneous lesion mimmicking a schwannoma but biopsy proved to be a leiomyoma
Schwannoma:
Schwannomas on the back
Case of the month December 2014: Schwannoma:
Schwannoma with a mass in continuation with the brachial plexus
Various tumors:
Intramuscular lesion in the neck that biopsy proved to be a schwannoma
Schwannoma:
Two schwannomas in the upper leg
Schwannoma:
Schwannoma with a partly cystic vascularized mass in continuity with a nerve
Schwannoma:
Schwannoma with a vascularized mass in continuity with a nerve next to the lesser saphenous vein
Schwannoma:
Schwannoma in the lower arm
Schwannoma:
Schwannoma with a hypoechoic mass and proximal and distal nerve
Schwannoma:
Schwannoma in the upper arm
Schwannoma:
Well defined hypoechoic mass in continuation with a nerve that biopsy proved to be a schwannoma
Schwannoma:
Large schwannoma in the upperarm with a hypoechoic lobulated vascularized mass in continuation with a nerve
Schwannoma:
Schwannoma
Schwannoma:
Schwannoma with a vascularized hypoechoic mass in continuation with a nerve
Schwannoma:
Small schwannoma
Schwannoma:
Schwannoma in the upper leg
Schwannoma:
Schwannoma in the upper arm
Schwannoma:
Ancient schwannoma in the axilla
Schwannoma:
Partly cystic mass in the gluteal region in continuation with a nerve that biopsy proved to be an ancient schwannoma
Schwannoma:
Ancient schwannoma with cystic changes
Schwannoma:
Ancient schwannoma in the arm
Pitfall Schwannoma:
Oval well defined benign looking mass mimicking a neurogenic tumor that proved to be a low grade sarcoma
Neurofibroma:
Well defined hypo-echoic vascularized oval shaped mass with benign characteristics that proved to be a neurofibroma
Neurofibroma:
Neurofibromatosis with multiple neurofibromas
Neurofibroma:
Multiple lobulated neurofibromas some of which are connected to each other in a young patient with neurofibromatosis
Neurofibroma:
Multiple neurofibromas with well defined hypoechoic soft tissue masses in the lower leg, ankle and foot
Neurofibromatosis and malignant transformation:
Neurofibromas in the brachial plexus in a patient with neurofibromatosis and a large vascularized hypoechoic mass that proved to be a sarcom ...
Post traumatic neuroma:
Post traumatic neuroma in the finger
Post traumatic neuroma:
Post traumatic neuroma in the finger
Post traumatic neuroma:
Stump neuroma
Post traumatic neuroma:
Stump neuroma
Post traumatic neuroma:
Stump neuroma in the distal tibial nerve after amputation
Post traumatic neuroma:
Thickening of the median nerve in the elbow after surgical repair and graft interposition
Mortons neuroma:
Mortons neuroma with a hypoechoic mass in the interdigital space and fluid bursa
Mortons neuroma:
Mortons neuroma in the interdigital space 3 and 4 on both sides
Mortons neuroma:
Large Mortons neuroma with a hypoechoic mass in the interdigital space on both sides
Malignant nerve tumors:
Malignant nerve sheath tumor
Case of the month January 2006: Various nerve lesions:
Nerve sheath ganglion of the peroneal nerve
Various nerve lesions:
Neuroma with glass fragments
Pittfalls:
Small subcutaneous lesion mimmicking a schwannoma but biopsy proved to be a leiomyoma
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