EURORAD ESR

Case 10157

Pseudosarcoma of the morbidly obese: Massive Localized Lymphedema

Author(s)
Nápoli A., Bossio P., Lanzillotta M., García X., Fernández G., Inzeo R., Perrota L., Bruno C.

Fundación Científica del Sur,
Diagnóstico por Imágenes Adrogué.
Bynnon 1433, Adrogué B1846DWA.
Email: augustonapoli@gmail.com
 
Patient
male, 45 year(s)
 
 
  • Figure 1
    MR

    Axial T1 (A), T2 (B), STIR (C) and T1-contrast (D) images show a large subcutaneous pedunculated mass on the internal side of the right thigh (large arrows). Small arrows shows artifacts.

     
    Area of Interest: Musculoskeletal bone; Imaging Technique: MR; Procedure: Diagnostic procedure; Special Focus: Oedema;
     
     
  • Figure 2
    MR

    Coronal T1 (A) and T1 contrast (B) images show a subcutaneous pedunculated mass which presents a small pedicle (small arows). Marked dermal thickening is evidenced (large arrows), with no compromise of the muscle...

     
    Area of Interest: Musculoskeletal soft tissue; Imaging Technique: MR; Procedure: Diagnostic procedure; Special Focus: Oedema;
     
     
  • Figure 3
    RIS

    A. Before surgical treatment at the moment of MR evaluation. Pedunculated mass on the internal side of the thigh, shows “paeu d´orange” without erimatous changes in the surrounding skin. After procedure in B.

     
    Area of Interest: Musculoskeletal soft tissue; Imaging Technique: RIS; Procedure: Surgery; Special Focus: Inflammation;
     
     
Axial T1 (A), T2 (B), STIR (C) and T1-contrast (D) images show a large subcutaneous pedunculated mass on the internal side of the right thigh (large arrows). Small arrows shows artifacts.
 
Coronal T1 (A) and T1 contrast (B) images show a subcutaneous pedunculated mass which presents a small pedicle (small arows). Marked dermal thickening is evidenced (large arrows), with no compromise of the muscle planes.
 
A. Before surgical treatment at the moment of MR evaluation. Pedunculated mass on the internal side of the thigh, shows “paeu d´orange” without erimatous changes in the surrounding skin. After procedure in B.
 
 
 
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