Nodular Fascitis: An Underrecognized Entity

Verma, Manish; Singla, Amit; Dalal, Satish; Chanchal; Abhishek; Karamvir; Sharma, Vikrant
July 2013
Internet Journal of Plastic Surgery;2013, Vol. 10 Issue 1, p1
Academic Journal
Nodular fascitis is a benign neoplasm affecting the subcutaneous tissues of extremities in young adults. We report a case of 42-years, old female who presented with a subcutaneous swelling in left flank region. Surgical excision was carried out and histopathological examination revealed it as nodular fascitis.


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