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Infant with a
back mass. Axial (above) coronal (below left) and sagittal (below right) CT with contrast of the abdomen show a round, avidly enhancing soft tissue mass arising from the subcutaneous tissues to the left of midline.The diagnosis was fibromatosis.
Fibromatosis (plural: fibromatoses) refers to a wide range of soft tissue lesions that share an underlying histopathologic pattern of fibrous tissue proliferation. They can occur in a variety of anatomic sites (e.g. musculoskeletal, abdominopelvic, breast, etc.) and also vary in their behavior, ranging from indolent/benign lesions to malignant/metastatic. See article soft tissue tumors (classification) - WHO 2002 for a full list.
- musculoskeletal fibromatoses
- Fibromatose der Mamma
- Morbus Ledderhose
- Hereditäre Gingivale Fibromatose
- intramesenteric desmoid tumor
- abdominal fibromatosis
- Morbus Dupuytren
- Induratio penis plastica
- infantile desmoid-type fibromatosis