associated to deep infiltrative endometriosis.
of Respondents) Angiosarcoma (53) Aggressive angiomyxoma
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may commonly mimic ovarian myxoma both with immunohistochemical and ultrastructural findings.
in 1992 as an important distinction from aggressive angiomyxoma
(AA), which is an infiltrative myxedematous mesenchymal tumor with the potential for local recurrence .
The main treatment for angiomyxoma
is surgeiy to remove the whole tumour.
The main differential diagnosis is the angiomyxoma
which also develops in the pelvic and perineal region.
The differential diagnosis of intramuscular myxomas includes also aggressive angiomyxoma
, myxoid neurofibroma, myxoid liposarcoma, cellular or juxta-articular myxoma, and nodular fasciitis [18, 19].
(AA) is a rare soft-tissue tumor that is typically found in the perineum of females of reproductive age.
"[Cellular angiofibroma, angiomyofibroblastoma and aggressive angiomyxoma
: members of a spectrum of genital stromal tumours?]," Ann Pathol.
The differential diagnosis might include a myxoid tumor such as myxoid neurofibroma or aggressive angiomyxoma
due to the presence of myxoid, proteinaceous, or mucinous contents.
: clinicopathologic analysis of a series of distinctive but poorly recognized cutaneous tumors with tendency for recurrence.
Cellular angiofibroma can also be confused with aggressive vulvo-vaginal tumours like aggressive angiomyxoma
and solitary fibrous tumour (1, 5).