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Lipomatosis of median nerve with macrodactyly

Thickened median nerve

Gross description
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Excised tissue with macrodactyly

Micro images
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Tumor of second digit

With osseous and soft-tissue hypertrophy and predominance of fat

Lipomatous infiltration around nerve fascicles

Lipoma of nerve



Case of the Week #158:



Contributed by Dr. Saroona Haroon, The Aga Khan University Hospital (Pakistan):

Differential diagnosis
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Differential diagnosis of macrodactyly
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End of Soft Tissue Tumors > Adipose tissue > Lipomatosis of nerve



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