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38 Possible Causes for Paraspinal Masses, Subcutaneous Nodule

  • Neurofibromatosis Type 1

    Multiple subcutanous nodules (neurofibromas) were also present all over the body.[] (B) Multiple paraspinal masses at the level of L4 (arrowheads). T2 weighted image.[] PNF located in the chest, abdomen or pelvis are frequently detected as paraspinal masses that involves multiple spinal levels.[]

  • Dermatofibrosarcoma Protuberans

    The most common clinical presentation is a firm plaque with surrounding red to blue discoloration, or less often with multiple small subcutaneous nodules.[] Imaging studies revealed a 10-cm mass entirely confined within the thoracic cavity.[] Regular follow-up is important to monitor for recurrence. 0008069 Subcutaneous nodule Firm lump under the skin Growth of abnormal tissue under the skin Trauma at the affected[]

  • Gardner Syndrome

    In five patients, desmoids of the mesentery, abdominal wall, and paraspinous muscles were diagnosed; four of these were later proven surgically.[] Computed tomography (CT) was used to evaluate six patients with Gardner syndrome who, after colectomy, complained either of abdominal pain or of palpable masses.[]

  • Extramedullary Hematopoiesis

    nodules at 62 years of age.[] Right: large paraspinal masses are seen (white arrows).[] The diagnosis of EMH was confirmed by fine-needle biopsy of the paraspinal masses.[]

  • Lymphoblastic Lymphoma

    Subcutaneous nodules located on the head or neck of infants should raise suspicion for lymphoma and biopsy should be performed in order to rule out malignancy.[] Abstract We describe a young man who presented with neurological signs and symptoms, and with a paraspinal soft tissue mass involving the vertebral body at T4.[] nodule in the left thigh (SUV 16), and two 2.7-cm liver lesions (SUV 14).[]

  • Pulmonary Nocardiosis

    All patients had pulmonary disease and one in addition had subcutaneous nodules. Microbiological diagnosis required open lung biopsy in one case.[] A 60-year-old woman with epidural and paraspinal masses. N Engl J Med. 1999; 340 (15): 1188-96[ PubMed ] 14. Gupta ML, Grover PS, Bhardwaj BK.[] Ten cases were accompanied by subcutaneous nodules and/or cutaneous abscesses, and 4 had brain abscess. Half of them were lymphocytopenic.[]

  • Angiomatosis

    nodules in a patient with Kaposi sarcoma Bacillary angiomatosis: wrist mass Bartonella henselae /Bacillary angiomatosis: cutaneous biopsy Bartonella henselae /Bacillary angiomatosis[] A roentgenogram of the chest showed that the patient had left pleural effusion and a left paraspinal mass, computed tomography disclosed a low-density fusiform lesion over[] Skin lesions present as red papules, subcutaneous nodules, or cellulitic plaques [2-4] .[]

  • Dermatofibroma

    AIMS: To assess clinicopathologic features of dermatofibroma presenting as a subcutaneous nodule.[] The PET-CT demonstrated focal nodular uptake in the subcutaneous tissue of the back adjacent to the paraspinal muscles.[] A 72-year-old male presented with a 3.5-cm subcutaneous nodule on the posterior right shoulder of several years duration.[]

  • Lipoma

    Lipomas are soft, movable, subcutaneous nodules of adipocytes (fat cells); overlying skin appears normal.[] , trapezius, and paraspinal) ( , 11 , , 42 , , 44 , , 45 , , 47 ) ( , , , Fig 6 ).[] ‘You should feel subcutaneous nodules to see if they are soft like lipomas, hard like fibromas and malignant tumors, or tender, as in superficial abscesses or hematomas.’[]

  • Transitional Cell Carcinoma of the Bladder

    He presented to our outpatient clinic with a 3-month history of skin lesions as multiple, rubbery subcutaneous nodules.[] CASE: A 58-year-old man with a known case of high grade TCC of the bladder, presented with a right paraspinal mass. Clinically an abscess was suspected.[]

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