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Mesenteric and abdominal wall desmoid tumors are usually associated with familial adenomatous polyposis, which is caused by germline mutations in the adenomatous polyposis coli gene.
241) However, desmoid tumors typically show nuclear [beta]-catenin staining, which is absent in GISTs, and negative staining for DOG1.
Primary desmoid tumor (extraabdominal fibromatosis) of the breast.
Desmoid tumors are rare, with only 900 people per year in the United States diagnosed with the sometimes fatal growths.
Desmoid tumors are rare and are most often located abdominally or intraabdominally.
Preoperative ultrasound showed heterogenous mass lesion arising from anterior abdominal wall taking minimal vascularity, computed tomography scan revealed a mass lesion isodense to muscle noted arising from anterior abdominal wall originating from the rectus abdominis with loss of fat plane in preperitoneal layer possibly desmoid tumor.
htm) Desmoid Tumor Research Foundation , they arise from connective tissue, which are the cells involved with the formation of muscle, fibrous and nerve tissue.
Based on CT findings, the differential diagnosis for sclerosing mesenteritis, besides carcinoid tumor, includes carcinomatosis, mesenteric lymphoma, and desmoid tumor.
Histopathology of the mass showed a desmoid tumor with negative resection margins.
Other lesions to be included in the histologic differential diagnosis are solitary myofibroma, fibrous histiocytoma, desmoid tumor, and spindle cell lipoma.
It is often misdiagnosed as stitch granuloma, lipoma, abscess, cyst, incisional hernia, desmoid tumor.
Surgical excision of the mass revealed that it was a desmoid tumor.
USG abdomen and FNAC of the mass in right iliac fossa revealed the possible diagnosis of desmoid tumor.
In the pleura, these tumors include sarcomatoid carcinoma, malignant mesothelioma, fibrous tumor, and desmoid tumor.
Other cutaneous and subcutaneous lesions that are considered in the differential diagnosis include leiomyoma, hemangiopericytoma, fibrous hamartoma of infancy, cutaneous inflammatory pseudotumor, desmoid tumor, nodular fasciitis, plexiform fibrohistioeytic tumor, neurofibroma, and dermatomyofibroma.