Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center
lipoma, adipose tissue neoplasms, ASCL
Medical Cell Biology | Neoplasms | Podiatry
Atypical spindle cell lipomatous (ASCL) tumors have a distinct histological and clinical presentation, rarely presenting in the foot. With the sub-sesamoidal location of this neoplasm found in our case report being an unusual location for atypical spindle cell lipomatous tumors to present, the purpose of our case report was to present the clinical presentation, histology/pathology, method of resection and outcome of our patient on follow-up to provide a framework for other surgeons on how to approach these neoplasms in the future.
Publisher or Conference
American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons Annual Scientific Conference
Rao NM, Saeed HH, Kruse DL, Raymond B, Stone PA. Atypical Spindle Cell Lipomatous Tumor Under the Sesamoids in the Foot: A Case Report. Poster presented at: ACFAS Annual Scientific Conference; February 19-22, 2020; San Antonio, TX.