Axillary Hibernoma: An Unusual Soft Tissue Tumor

Lay, K.; Velasco, C.; Akin, H.; Mancini, M.
August 2000
American Surgeon;Aug2000, Vol. 66 Issue 8, p787
Academic Journal
Case Study
Hibernomas are rare soft tissue tumors of brown fat differentiation. A case of a large axillary hibernoma, along with a review of its pathology, is presented. This tumor matches the largest hibernoma in the literature and is the largest in an axillary site.


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