Ann Clin Surg | Volume 3, Issue 1 | Case Report | Open Access
Min Geng1, Ping Xu1, Kun Liu2, Lidan Chen1 and Huimin Zhang1 *
1Department of Dermatology, Shuguang Hospital Affiliated to Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, China 2Department of Pathology, Shuguang Hospital Affiliated to Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, China
*Correspondance to: Huimin ZhangFulltext PDF
Cutaneous angioleiomyoma is rare in the clinic, and cavernous cutaneous angioleiomyoma is rarer in its classification. However, there are few relevant literature reports on it. People have insufficient clinical cognition of the disease, making it easy to be misdiagnosed and then causing delayed treatment. Because the disease symptoms are not unique, the non-invasive examination (ultrasound, MRI, and alike) cannot make exact conclusions, and the preoperative diagnosis is challenging. Therefore, the study and summary of clinical cases are necessary to improve the cognition and diagnosis of the disease. In addition, we report a rare case of cutaneous angioleiomyoma located above the medial malleolus of the patient's right foot. After surgery, according to the histopathological findings, the tumor was diagnosed as cavernous cutaneous angioleiomyoma.
Angioleiomyoma; Cavernous; Cutaneous; Clinical; Diagnosis
Geng M, Xu P, Liu K, Chen L, Zhang H. Cavernous Cutaneous Angioleiomyoma: A Case Report and Literature Review. Ann Clin Surg. 2022;3(1):1025.