Painless Giant Angioleiomyoma in the Subfascia of the Lower Leg – Corrected Proof

Abstract: Angioleiomyoma is rare, benign vascular smooth muscle tumor originating from the tunica media of the veins and arteries. It usually presents as a slow-growing, small, and painful mass arising from the cutaneous or subcutaneous tissue. We report an unusual case of angioleiomyoma that was located in the subfascia of the lower leg and had grown to massive size (≤5 cm in diameter) during a 3-year period without pain

Abstract: Angioleiomyoma is rare, benign vascular smooth muscle tumor originating from the tunica media of the veins and arteries. It usually presents as a slow-growing, small, and painful mass arising from the cutaneous or subcutaneous tissue. We report an unusual case of angioleiomyoma that was located in the subfascia of the lower leg and had grown to massive size (≤5 cm in diameter) during a 3-year period without pain

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Painless Giant Angioleiomyoma in the Subfascia of the Lower Leg – Corrected Proof