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Plantar Fibromatosis (Ledderhose Disease)

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Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Plantar Fibromatosis (Ledderhose Disease)

History: Enlarging mass on medial plantar aspect of his foot, becomming increasingly sypmpomatic over last 2 weeks.

Findings: 2cm x 3cm well-circumscribed fusiform mass arising from the plantar fascia on the medial aspect of the foot proximal to the 1st MTP. Lesion is homogenously iso-intense to muscle on T1 sequences, and hetrogenslightly hyperintense on fat-saturated T2 sequences. Marked, homogeneous enhancement following administration of gadolinium DTPA. No surrounding soft tissue or bone marrow edema.

Ddx: Plantar Fibromatosis Nodular (Pesudosarcomatous)Fasciitis Aggressive Fibromatosis

Dxhow: Diagnosis is presumed based on classic findings and location.

Exam: Palpable, mildly tender subcutaneous mass on the plantar aspect of the foot, at the base of the first MTP joint. Mild overlying erythema. Otherwise healthy male. No recallable history of antecedent trauma.

No MeSH data available.


Fusiform soft tissue mass arising from the medial plantar fascia. Intense, homogeneous enhancement.
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Plantar Fibromatosis (Ledderhose Disease)

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Fusiform soft tissue mass arising from the medial plantar fascia. Intense, homogeneous enhancement.
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MPX2041_synpic21982: Fusiform soft tissue mass arising from the medial plantar fascia. Intense, homogeneous enhancement.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Plantar Fibromatosis (Ledderhose Disease)

History: Enlarging mass on medial plantar aspect of his foot, becomming increasingly sypmpomatic over last 2 weeks.

Findings: 2cm x 3cm well-circumscribed fusiform mass arising from the plantar fascia on the medial aspect of the foot proximal to the 1st MTP. Lesion is homogenously iso-intense to muscle on T1 sequences, and hetrogenslightly hyperintense on fat-saturated T2 sequences. Marked, homogeneous enhancement following administration of gadolinium DTPA. No surrounding soft tissue or bone marrow edema.

Ddx: Plantar Fibromatosis Nodular (Pesudosarcomatous)Fasciitis Aggressive Fibromatosis

Dxhow: Diagnosis is presumed based on classic findings and location.

Exam: Palpable, mildly tender subcutaneous mass on the plantar aspect of the foot, at the base of the first MTP joint. Mild overlying erythema. Otherwise healthy male. No recallable history of antecedent trauma.

No MeSH data available.