Benign Extraneural Soft-Tissue Tumors of the Extremities Causing Compression of Nerves

@inproceedings{Barber1962BenignES,
  title={Benign Extraneural Soft-Tissue Tumors of the Extremities Causing Compression of Nerves},
  author={Kent W. Barber and Anthony J. Bianco and Edward H. Soule and Collin S. Maccarty},
  year={1962}
}
Thirty-two patients with benign soft-tissue tumors of the extremities, causing nerve compression, exclusive of neurogenic tumors, have been seen at the Mayo Clinic. The peak incidence of these lesions was in the fifth decade, and the most frequent symptoms and signs were progressive weakness of parts of an extremity and a palpable mass. The average period between the onset of symptoms and treatment in this group was 13.6 months. Trauma was probably of significance in two cases of occult bursal… CONTINUE READING

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