Soft tissue swelling in children: case report, differential diagnosis, and diagnostic delay

Abstract

A general practitioner faces regularly soft tissue swelling in otherwise healthy children. Delay in diagnosis of soft tissue malignancies is often due to asymptomatic nature and the unfamiliarity with the age-dependent differential diagnosis. Hence, an accurate knowledge is important to prevent important delay in diagnosis of potential malignancies. 
DOI: 10.1002/ccr3.585

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