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Saphenous Nerve Neurofibroma-Presenting as medial thigh Pain

24 year old male presented with medial thigh pain and swelling and shows  evidence of elongated tandem lesions along the medial aspect of thigh in the adductor canal extending inferiorly till the medial aspect of medial femoral condyle at the knee joint with three areas of relative swelling and nodular enlargement in the superior/mid and inferior part. These lesions appears isointense on T1 weighted images and hyperintense on T2 & STIR images. Differential diagnosis includes multiple neurofibromas in medial thigh along the saphenous nerve. Clinical and histopathological correlation suggested.

Saphenous Nerve Neurofibroma-Presenting as medial thigh Pain Reviewed by Sumer Sethi on Saturday, December 14, 2013 Rating: 5

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