Fibroma of tendon sheathfibroma of tendon sheath, fibroma of tendon sheath pathology
Fibroma of tendon sheath is a benign tumor that presents as a small subcutaneous nodule that slowly increases in size1 The tumors often have a multinodular growth pattern, with individual nodules being composed of bland, slender, spindle-shaped cells myofibroblasts in a dense, fibrous matrix”2 A common microscopic finding is the presence of elongated, slit-like blood vessels2 The lesions nearly always arise in the distal portions of the extremities2 They often occur on the fingers, hands, toes, or feet Although they are benign, they may recur in up to 40% of cases1
Although they may be regarded as a tumor of the skin, the lesions arise from tendons and aponeuroses in superficial sites, and are therefore properly classified as in the category "soft tissue tumor" 2
The biological nature of Fibroma of tendon sheath is not known, but the category appears to comprise a number of different pathologic processes2 It is considered that about one-third of the lesions in this category may be acral variants of the entity, nodular fasciitis2
- Giant cell tumor of the tendon sheath
- List of cutaneous conditions
- ^ a b Rapini, Ronald P; Bolognia, Jean L; Jorizzo, Joseph L 2007 Dermatology: 2-Volume Set St Louis: Mosby pp 1820, 1821 ISBN 1-4160-2999-0
- ^ a b c d e f Pulitzer DR, Martin PC, Reed RJ June 1989 "Fibroma of Tendon Sheath A Clinicopathologic Study of 32 Cases" American Journal of Surgical Pathology 13 6: 472–479 PMID 2729499
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