A Not Uncommon Tumor : Elastofibroma Dorsi : Are Cross-Sectional Diagnosis Techniques Enough Without Performing Histopathological Diagnosis ?

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Elastofibroma dorsi is a stiff, slow growing, cresent shaped pseudotumor of elder age group. It has been showing fibraelastic proliferation and arising from subscapular or infrascapular region. A 72 year-old female with bilateral elastofibroma dorsi is reported. The aim of this study is to point out the importance of elastofibroma dorsi to the comparatively… (More)

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