Elastofibroma dorsi: elaboration of cytologic features and review of its pathogenesis.

@article{Mojica2000ElastofibromaDE,
  title={Elastofibroma dorsi: elaboration of cytologic features and review of its pathogenesis.},
  author={W D Mojica and T J Kuntzman},
  journal={Diagnostic cytopathology},
  year={2000},
  volume={23 6},
  pages={393-6}
}
Elastofibroma is a slow-growing soft tissue lesion characteristically found between the inferior scapula and chest wall. Because it behaves clinically in a benign manner, fine-needle aspiration (FNA) represents the simplest and quickest method of obtaining a definitive diagnosis, thus obviating more invasive means of obtaining a tissue diagnosis. However, due to the nature of this lesion a correct diagnosis can inadvertently be missed. Herein we describe the findings of a recent FNA that… CONTINUE READING