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We report a case of female who presented with a lump in the right breast. Fine needle aspiration cytology of lump revealed numerous adult filarial worms. Common habitat of the adult filarial worms is the lymphatic vessels and lymph nodes of limbs and their occurrence in breast is uncommon.
Extra-osseous Ewing's Sarcoma (EES) arising from the peripheral nerve is rarely reported in children. Here, we report an instance of EES arising from the left sciatic nerve mimicking an infected hemangioma. This case highlights the need for a high index of suspicion and early histological diagnosis to avoid diagnostic delay.
Figure 1. The top image shows a Mott cell. The bottom left image shows a similar Mott cell packed with spherical cytoplasmic inclusions. The bottom right image shows a plasmacytoid lymphocyte with deep basophilic cytoplasm (Leishman stain; magnification 1000 x).