Subcutaneous wall mass

A 38-year-old woman was detected with a subcutaneous mass at the right superior quadrant, a year ago. The mass was getting harder and colour of the skin was changing above it. Suggest the treatment.

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Birth mark....Hemengioma.. A birthmark often appearing as a rubbery, bright red nodule of extra blood vessels. Haemangiomas are seen more frequently among premature infants. Hemangiomas of the skin develop when there's an abnormal proliferation of blood vessels in one area of the body. Experts aren't sure why blood vessels group together like this, but they believe it's caused by certain proteins produced in the placenta during gestation (the time when you're in the womb)

*Hemangioma * MALIGNANCY Needs further investigation and evaluation to conclude and line of treatment.

Thanks Dr Pushkar Bhomia
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IT'S A..CASE OF.. * BENIGN VASCULAR TUMOR.. HEMANGIOMA..

Tnx Dr Ashok Leel sir
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HP Image is blurred. FSO : Low Grade Spindle cell tumor with pigment.. P/O : Bednar Tumor.Pigmented MPNST. *Vascular tumor,? KS.Advised IHC.

SUGGESTIVE OF DERMATOFIBROSARCOMA PROTUBERANCE..

Granulomatous growth growing and getting harder benign granuloma Sos hemangeoma

Thanx dr Dinesh Gupta
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Granular cell tumor (GCT)?,epithelioid sarcoma??

They are the birth mark or haemangioma which is nothing but the abnormal proliferation of blood vessels.

Haemangioma A V malformation Malignancy

Hamartoma (capillary hemangioma)

Uneven spread locally short
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