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Case of the Week

2021-42/October 18

Contributors:  Hasan Basri Aydin, Mahmoud Aldyab, Mahmut Akgul

A man in his 40s with a left peri epididymal mass which had been stable in size for several years, underwent excision, showing a 4 x 3 cm ovoid mass (Figure 1) not appearing to be involving the testicle.

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1.  What is the correct diagnosis?

a. Deep angiomyxoma

        b. Angiomyofibroblastoma-like tumor

        c. Solitary fibrous tumor

d. Spindle cell lipoma

e. Fibrous pseudotumor

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