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An infant boy presented at birth with a large mass protruding from the left orbit that significantly displaced the left globe laterally and inferiorly . Biopsy of the mass was performed the next day,… (More)
The wall of the gallbladder may become thickened due to a variety of causes; both biliary and non-biliary. In this case, the rapidity of onset was a key to making the diagnosis.
Although infantile myofibromatosis is rare, it represents the most common fibrous tumor of infancy. The author presents a case where magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) was used to evaluate the tumor.