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tumors have a wide distribution; the shoulder girdle, abdominal wall and lower extremities are most commonly involved.
Deep fibromatosis, also known as aggressive fibromatosis or extraabdominal desmoid
, is the most common soft-tissue tumor of the foot.
Fibromatosis, often called extraabdominal desmoid
, refers to the formation of locally aggressive but histologically benign fibroblastic lesions that sometimes arise in the head and neck region.