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Case of the Week


2019-42 / DECEMBER 9 (CONTRIBUTOR: DANIEL ATHANAZIO)


A 55-year-old male with paratesticular mass with clinical suspicious of an epididymal tumor. Intra-operative frozen section was requested due to ultrasound finding of hypervascularity. A 3.8 cm tumor was received with grossly multilobular appearance. Cut surface showed multilobular lesion with fibrous septae and myxoid/edematous areas.








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Quiz

1. What is the correct diagnosis?

     a.  Well differentiated liposarcoma - sclerosing /inflammatory subtype

     b.  Fibrous pseudotumor associated with IgG4 disease

     c.  Fibromatosis

     d.  Myxoid liposarcoma

     e.  Low grade dedifferentiated liposarcoma

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