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Case Number : Case 2559 - 28 April 2020 Posted By: Uma Sundram

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70 year old male with red nodule on right abdomen.


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40 minutes ago, Nivedita said:

Masson’s tumor

Agree

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Agree with Colleagues. 
It is important to analyze the appearance of the eosinophilic papillary cores, in cases where the intravascular nature of the lesion is not evident. If they appear temporally uneven, this is a clue towards Masson's diagnosis...I think so. What you guys think about?

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Yes Dr. Vincenzo I also thought similarly and also could see some thrombus remnants in the Low power view within which this papillary growth thus supporting Masson’s. Thanks 

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Uma Sundram

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Masson's tumor. Important to keep this entity in the differential as one can easily overcall it if the vessel lumen is not appreciated.

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