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Average: 3.3 (13 votes)
Soft Tissue 5
05/27/2009
Tags: Soft Tissue   
Age:
24
Sex:
female
History:
Ankle mass
    CS Soft Tissue 5

    Comments

    21/02/11
    Pigmented villonodular
    Mario RomanachUniversity of Campinas
    4
    Pigmented villonodular synovitis. Great case.
    11/02/11
    GCT of tendon sheath TB?
    rxhopeIndia
    0
    GCT of tendon sheath TB?
    18/11/10
    GCT
    Universidad Aut
    0
    Giant cell tumor
    17/11/10
    The presence of giant cells,
    dranjupradhanB.P.Koirala Institute of Health and Science
    4
    The presence of giant cells, lymphpcytes with variable mixture of plasma cells, foam cells and hemosiderin laden macrophages suggests that it is Giant Cell Tumor of Tendon Sheath. There are presence of some plump spindled shaped cells having grooved nuclei, so I have a second thought that it might be Langerhans Cell Histiocytosis.
    14/11/10
    Giant cell tumour of tendon sheath/Pigmented villonodular synovi
    ekwireduSCHOOL OF ALLIED HEALTH SCIENCES
    0
    Fragmented nature of sample makes either of these likely diagnosis
    12/11/10
    PVNS
    noriaakhterShifa international hosptial
    0
    nice case
    05/11/10
    GCT of tendon
    Hadi IrawiramanMulawarman University
    3
    good
    31/10/10
    Nodular tenosynovitis
    Mirchi AzitaPars hospital
    3
    Dense lymphocytic infiltration at low magnification seems unusual but presence of foamy histiocytes, hemosiderin pigment , and mixed lymphocytes and plasma cells are compatible with a benign process most probably nodular tenosynovitis.
    29/10/10
    Tenosynovial giant cell
    Neville Angelo MDDiagnostic Medlab
    0
    Tenosynovial giant cell tumour. The admixture of the giant cells with stromal cells having similar nuclei, foamy histiocytes and accumulation of hemosiderin pigment is quite typical.
    27/10/10
    It's either...
    Universidad Aut
    0
    ... Anklemass, Christmas or St Frankensteinsmas?
    26/10/10
    Giant cell tumor of tendon
    Rajul ShahEdward Hines Jr.V.A.Hospital
    0
    Giant cell tumor of tendon sheath. Similar pattern with foamy histiocytes can also be seen with detritic synovitis, early stages of patients with chronic hemarthosis and rarely with alpha mannosidase deficiency ( latter shows PAS positive diastase resistant histiocytes)
    25/10/10
    giant cell tumor of tendon sheath
    0
    giant cell tumor of tendon sheath
    25/10/10
    Extra-articular diffuse type giant cell tumor
    jane99Cheng Kung university hospital
    4
    Why not an extra-articular diffuse type giant cell tumor, which usually lacking villous pattern? Melanoma is also a possible differential diagnosis, though less likely.
    25/10/10
    giant cell tumor of tendon shealth
    drayeayehtun.rlAIMST UNIVERSITY
    0
    nice picture of giant cell tumor of tendon shealth
    25/10/10
    Giant cell tumour of tendon sheath
    vijay24ksinghInternational Medical University
    4
    I favor a giant cell tumor of tendon sheath - the foamy histiocytes, the multinucleated giant cells, & the prominent nucleoli and the mitotic figures, are typical
    24/10/10
    my opinion is suggestive of
    fawazyal thawara general hospital
    1
    my opinion is suggestive of lymphoma ,but i cant magnify the picture to see details
    24/10/10
    Giant cell tumor diffuse
    0
    Giant cell tumor diffuse
    23/10/10
    Ankle Mass
    0
    This neoplasm is villonodular teno-synovitis most likely. No details of bone involvement given nor any bone fragments there to suggest giant cell tumour of bone. Giant cell tumour of soft tissue rare.
    22/10/10
    Nice Case..... This is a
    marwanqubajahospital
    0
    Nice Case..... This is a Giant Cell tumor of tendon sheath. I do not see papillary projections to say that it is pigmented villonodular synovitis. In addition, there are no or rare mitotic figures and lymphocytes and plasma cells are sparse in pigmented villonodular synovitis.
    22/10/10
    Differential diagnosis: giant
    Nadeem ZafarArmed Forces Institute Of Pathology Pakistan
    0
    Differential diagnosis: giant cell tumour, pigmented villonodular tenosynovitis & malignant melanoma. I agree with Naushaba here that it doesn't appear to be a malignant lymphoma.
    20/10/10
    tenosynovial giant cell tumor
    4
    Very nice case. I favor tenosynovial giant cell tumor, but not certain whether it represents the diffuse type (aka - pigmented villonodular tenosynovitis. The tumor has pigment, foamy histiocytes, and some inflammation.) or nodular type (aka - giant cell tumor of tendon sheath). The morcellation of the specimen makes it somewhat difficult for me to decide in the absence of additional clinical info such as size and circumscription. The other possible diagnosis I considered is low grade soft tissue giant cell tumor, which is essentially the soft tissue equivalent of the giant cell tumor of bone. In any event, very nice digital slide.
    21/06/10
    Neoplasm,ich
    0
    Neoplasm,ich necessery,melanoma in the differential diagnosis other wise a traumatise glomus tumor does not look like a lymphoma.