M.19. Swelling upper forearm anteriorly for one year.

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Popcorn calcification. Chondrosarcoma could be a possibility. MRI, Biopsy to confirm.

POSSIBLY CHONDROSARCOMA DD SOFT. TISSUE. TUMOR NEEDS. FURTHER. EVALUATION

There is swelling anteriorly shows cartilage ous growth extending from lateral border of radius ?chondrosarcoma Adv biopsy

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Nice case Possible Ewing's sarcoma ulna There is some calcification in tumor mass in soft tissue MRI evaluation Open biopsy to assess the aggressiveness and nature of malignancy before resection or amputation Neurovascular involvement also matters for successful resection

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As history is short of 1 year - it means rapidly growing with no bony involvement, is indicative of a soft tissue sarcoma . A FNAC to confirm the diagnosis followed by MRI scan . Surgical excision- is indicated

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Swelling in forearm Usg No bony swelling Lipoma Fibroma Haematoma Tumour Hypertrophy of muscle

CHONDRO-SARCOMA. RX, MRI SURGICAL INTERVENTION

Soft tissue sarcoma Adv- MRI Then Surgical excision

?chondrosarcoma

Soft tissue swelling with flaky calcification. ?? Chondro sarcoma.

Thanks,Dr.M.M.Bandopadyay
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