ischemic fasciitis

ischemic fasciitis

distinctive pseudosarcomatous proliferation of fibroblasts over bony prominences in immobilized people.
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7,11,12) The central pseudocystic space somewhat resembles that seen in ischemic fasciitis, which occur in elderly patients over the bony prominences who are often, though not always, immobilized.
Differential diagnoses for perineal nodular induration Differential diagnosis Histolopathological features Ischemic fasciitis (13-15) Outer fringe of mitotically active fibroblasts and occasional ganglion-like cells and small vessels surrounding a central zone of necrobiosis Cellular angofibrom (*16) Uniformly moderately cellular with plump, bland spindle cells, hyalinized round, thick and walled vessels may contain adipose tissue Angiomyofibroblastoma-like tumour Alternating hypercellular and of the male genital tract (*17) hypocellular areas with clusters of rounded, epithelioid cells around numerous small vessels Mammary type fibroblastoma (*18) Well-circumscribed, more cellular, and lacks a central zone pattern.