Case of the Month
A 73-year-old female presented with an oval lesion of the scalp measuring 16x12x0.7 cm. The surgeon was able to completely remove the tumor and provide the patient with a perfect skin graft.
What is your diagnosis?
a. Granular cell tumor
b. Epithelioid angiosarcoma
c. Granular cell schwannoma
d. Granular cell angiosarcoma
We will reveal the answer in next month’s issue!
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Answer to last issue’s Case of the Month…
Glomangioma, also known as glomovenous malformation, is a histologic variant of glomus tumor. It is composed of typical glomus cells arranged around cavernous hemangioma-like blood vessels. Most glomus tumors are solitary and benign, although in some cases they may be multiple and even malignant (1).
Submitted by Ivan Damjanov, Professor of Pathology at the University of Kansas School of Medicine, Kansas City, USA.
- AL Folpe et al., “Glomus tumours”, World Health Organization Classification of Tumours of Soft Tissue and Bone, International Agency for Research on Cancer: 2013.
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