Case report: Rare occurrence of Myofibroma in thigh
Author(s): Dr. Madan K, Dr. N Monica and Dr. Prakash Savakkanavar
Abstract: Myofibroma is solitary or multiple nodular tumor of the soft tissue, bone or internal organs found in all ages, however predominant in 2-3 years of age. These lesions arise from benign fibroblast and myofibroblast proliferation containing biphasic presentation of spindle shaped cells surrounding central zone of less differentiated cells focally arranged in a hemangiopericytoma like pattern. Herein reported is a rare case of 82years male presented to Ramaiah hospital with swelling in the upper part of left thigh for 2 years. MRI of the hip joint revealed to be? Nerve sheath tumor? Hematoma. Trucut biopsy showed spindle cell lesion and the true nature of the lesion was established after complete excision of the lesion and histopathological examination.