Myxoid liposarcoma of the spermatic cord: A rare entity
Nicholas S. Murdoch Duncan, Ayelen Andrea Olivero,*Emmanuel E. Sadava
Department of Surgery, Division of Abdominal Wall Surgery, Hospital Alemán of Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, Argentina
*Emmanuel E. Sadava, MD, Department of Surgery, Division of Abdominal Wall Surgery, Hospital Alemán of Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Figure 1: Pelvis MRI T2 axial and coronal images illustrating a left inguinal canal soft tissue density measuring 78 x 68mm.
Figure 2: A Intraoperative image of the liposarcoma. Left inguinal surgical approach with the spermatic cord lesion and left testicle in vivo. B: Intraoperative image of left inguinal mass (a) excision with radical orchiectomy (o).
Figure 3: A Hematoxylin and eosin staining: fusocelular and myxoid infiltrative neoplastic proliferation, made up of ovoid cells and finely granular chromatin. Scarce elongated cytoplasm arranged in fascicles accompanied by elongated, thin, curvilinear blood vessels with zones of perivascular cellular condensation. B: Immunohistochemistry positive for S-100.
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