Ingunal Scarpa Tumor

Woman 61 yo detected at right inguinal scarpa a small tumor slowly growth, no painful, size of about one egg. Clinical palpation was subcutaneous, hard nodule, fixed to deep layer. Ultrasound scanned it was a round mass , size of 5 cm in diameter, well-bordered, inside structure was solid and inhomogeneous

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METASTATIC SWELLING NEEDS FURTHER INVESTIGATION AND EVALUATION TO CONCLUDE AND TREATMENT PLAN.
Thanks Dr Kute Ankush
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USG guided FNAC & later on if metastatic HP study.
? METASTATIC SWELLING.. NEED'S.. HPE STUDY..
Tnx Dr Ashok Leel sir
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First doubt is metastasis. FNAC and its HP study will give an impression for treatment. Doppler scanningdetected with hypervascular supplying of a lymph node and doppler sprectum of hilar artery seems to be palpable.
Lymph node enlargement . Probably malignant, secondary . Need to check drainage area. , pelvic structures . FNAC, biopsy of the mass needed .
Inguinal lymphadenopathy May be gynecological malignancy. Or GI malignancy with respect to the age,, need further evaluation.
FNAC confirm the Dx May be inguinal Lymphadenopathy Metastatic pathology
lymphoma