Intramuscular Ossified Haemangioma: A Rare Case Report PD19-PD21
Dr. Arivazhagan Brinda Mano Ananth,
Post Graduate, Department of General Surgery, Mysore Medical College and Research Institute, Mysore-570001, India.
Haemangiomas are benign vascular neoplasm and intra muscular haemangioma constitutes 0.8% of all. Of these intramuscular ossified haemangioma is very rare. Here we are reporting a 30-year-old female admitted in our institute with complaints of pain and swelling in the medial aspect of right thigh for duration of one year. On evaluation CT showed well defined soft tissue lesion with calcification in vastus medialis which on guided aspiration showed numerous RBCs along with clusters of histiocytes with occasional calcified specs seen without presence of granulomas. The swelling was excised and histopathology confirmed intra muscular haemangioma with ossification. We hereby reporting a rare case of calcified intra muscular cavernous haemangioma which should be considered as differential diagnosis in any case of deep seated swelling with unexplained pain.