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Case 7.5.4 Malignant soft tissue tumors


Case of the month June 2016: Primary tumors:
Lesion in the groin that biopsy proved to be a dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans
Primary tumors:
Merkel cell carcinoma in the upperarm
Primary tumors:
Metastasis of a merkel cell carcinoma
Primary tumors:
Tumor that biopsy proved to be a Merkel cell tumor or neuro endocrine tumor in the lateral aspect of the groin
Primary tumors:
Lobulated highly vascularized tumor in the buttocks that biopsy proved to be a small cell tumor with neuro endocrine characteristics (no oth ...
Primary tumors:
Tumor encasing the greater saphenous vein that proved to be a non Hodgkin´s lymphoma
Primary tumors:
Vacularized soft tissue mass in the subcutaneous tissue on the back that proved to be a Non Hodgkin's lymphoma
Case of the month September 2006: Primary tumors:
Malignant leiomyosarcoma of the wall of the greater saphenous vein with a hypechoic vascularized mass and patent vein
Primary tumors:
Liposarcoma in the adductor muscles
Primary tumors:
Liposarcoma in the upper leg
Primary tumors:
Myxoid liposarcoma with an inhomogenous partly hyperechoic vascularized intramuscular mass
Primary tumors:
Malignant sarcoma in the upper arm
Primary tumors:
Sarcoma in the upper leg
Case of the month September 2016: Primary tumors:
Vascularized hypoechoic mass in the upper leg that proved to be a sarcoma
Case of the month September 2016: Primary tumors:
Vascularized hypoechoic mass in the upper leg that biopsy proved to be a rhabdomyosarcoma
Primary tumors:
Sarcoma with a vascularized mass in the leg
Primary tumors:
Large tumor mass with satellite lesion that proved to be a rhabdomyosarcoma
Primary tumors:
Ill defined vascularized mass in the upper leg that biopsy proved to be an extramedullary plasmocytoma
Primary tumors:
Fibrosarcoma in the upper leg
Primary tumors:
Large hypoechoic vascularized soft tissue mass in the upperleg anterior of the femur with cystic spaces that biopsy proved to be a sarcoma
Primary tumors:
Malignant fibrous histiocytoma in the upper leg
Primary tumors:
Mixed cystic and solid intramuscular mass that proved to be a high grade sarcoma
Primary tumors:
Rhabdomyosarcoma in the upper leg
Primary tumors:
Spinal cel sarcoma (low grade sarcoma) in the upper leg
Primary tumors:
Myxoid fibrosarcoma with an irregular hypoechoic soft tissue mass. Part of the mass is necrotic and shows no vascularity.
Primary tumors:
Leiomyosarcoma with an intramuscular irregular vascularized ill defined inhomogeneous partly cystic mass
Primary tumors:
Myxoid liposarcoma on the medial side of the upper leg
Primary tumors:
Pleomorphic sarcoma with a well defined hypoechoic mass but with an irregular bizarre vascularity
Primary tumors:
Ewing sarcoma with a large calcified mass in the greater labium in a 14 year old girl
Primary tumors:
Leukemia of the thorax wall
Primary tumors:
Blastair NK cell lymphoma or hematodermic CD4/CD56 neoplasm with subcutaneous lesions in the right groin and left upper leg and a lymphe nod ...
Primary tumors:
Basal cell carcinoma
Primary tumors:
Basocellular carcinoma
Metastasis:
Metastasis in the trapezius muscle in a patient with bronchus carcinoma
Metastasis:
Metastasis of a renal cell carcinoma in the dorsal aspect of the shoulder
Metastasis:
Vascularized hypoechoic mass lesion in the tapezius muscle that biopsy proved to be a metastasis of a colon carcinoma
Metastasis:
Large hypoechoic vascularized intramuscular mass that proved to be a metastasis of an undetected lung carcinoma
Metastasis:
Metastasis in the upper leg in a patient with hepatocellular carcinoma
Metastasis:
Metastasis in the lower leg with periosteal reaction of the fibula in a patient with adenocarcinoma of the lung
Metastasis:
Skin metastasis
Metastasis:
Skin metastases of a renal cell carcinoma with irregular vascularized masses
Pitfalls:
Chronic inflammation and not a malignancy proven after surgical excision
Case of the month June 2016: Primary tumors:
Lesion in the groin that biopsy proved to be a dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans
Primary tumors:
Merkel cell carcinoma in the upperarm
Primary tumors:
Metastasis of a merkel cell carcinoma
Primary tumors:
Tumor that biopsy proved to be a Merkel cell tumor or neuro endocrine tumor in the lateral aspect of the groin
Primary tumors:
Lobulated highly vascularized tumor in the buttocks that biopsy proved to be a small cell tumor with neuro endocrine characteristics (no oth ...
Primary tumors:
Tumor encasing the greater saphenous vein that proved to be a non Hodgkin´s lymphoma
Primary tumors:
Vacularized soft tissue mass in the subcutaneous tissue on the back that proved to be a Non Hodgkin's lymphoma
Case of the month September 2006: Primary tumors:
Malignant leiomyosarcoma of the wall of the greater saphenous vein with a hypechoic vascularized mass and patent vein
Primary tumors:
Liposarcoma in the adductor muscles
Primary tumors:
Liposarcoma in the upper leg
Primary tumors:
Myxoid liposarcoma with an inhomogenous partly hyperechoic vascularized intramuscular mass
Primary tumors:
Malignant sarcoma in the upper arm
Primary tumors:
Sarcoma in the upper leg
Case of the month September 2016: Primary tumors:
Vascularized hypoechoic mass in the upper leg that proved to be a sarcoma
Case of the month September 2016: Primary tumors:
Vascularized hypoechoic mass in the upper leg that biopsy proved to be a rhabdomyosarcoma
Primary tumors:
Sarcoma with a vascularized mass in the leg
Primary tumors:
Large tumor mass with satellite lesion that proved to be a rhabdomyosarcoma
Primary tumors:
Ill defined vascularized mass in the upper leg that biopsy proved to be an extramedullary plasmocytoma
Primary tumors:
Fibrosarcoma in the upper leg
Primary tumors:
Large hypoechoic vascularized soft tissue mass in the upperleg anterior of the femur with cystic spaces that biopsy proved to be a sarcoma
Primary tumors:
Malignant fibrous histiocytoma in the upper leg
Primary tumors:
Mixed cystic and solid intramuscular mass that proved to be a high grade sarcoma
Primary tumors:
Rhabdomyosarcoma in the upper leg
Primary tumors:
Spinal cel sarcoma (low grade sarcoma) in the upper leg
Primary tumors:
Myxoid fibrosarcoma with an irregular hypoechoic soft tissue mass. Part of the mass is necrotic and shows no vascularity.
Primary tumors:
Leiomyosarcoma with an intramuscular irregular vascularized ill defined inhomogeneous partly cystic mass
Primary tumors:
Myxoid liposarcoma on the medial side of the upper leg
Primary tumors:
Pleomorphic sarcoma with a well defined hypoechoic mass but with an irregular bizarre vascularity
Primary tumors:
Ewing sarcoma with a large calcified mass in the greater labium in a 14 year old girl
Primary tumors:
Leukemia of the thorax wall
Primary tumors:
Blastair NK cell lymphoma or hematodermic CD4/CD56 neoplasm with subcutaneous lesions in the right groin and left upper leg and a lymphe nod ...
Primary tumors:
Basal cell carcinoma
Primary tumors:
Basocellular carcinoma
Metastasis:
Metastasis in the trapezius muscle in a patient with bronchus carcinoma
Metastasis:
Metastasis of a renal cell carcinoma in the dorsal aspect of the shoulder
Metastasis:
Vascularized hypoechoic mass lesion in the tapezius muscle that biopsy proved to be a metastasis of a colon carcinoma
Metastasis:
Large hypoechoic vascularized intramuscular mass that proved to be a metastasis of an undetected lung carcinoma
Metastasis:
Metastasis in the upper leg in a patient with hepatocellular carcinoma
Metastasis:
Metastasis in the lower leg with periosteal reaction of the fibula in a patient with adenocarcinoma of the lung
Metastasis:
Skin metastasis
Metastasis:
Skin metastases of a renal cell carcinoma with irregular vascularized masses
Pitfalls:
Chronic inflammation and not a malignancy proven after surgical excision
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