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Case 30: The Misdiagnosed Labial Hemangioma
42-years old presented with asymmetry of the thighs and a long-standing labial "hemangioma"
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This 42-years old lady presented with asymmetry of the thighs with a history of a long-standing labial hemangioma.
The MRI of the thighs showed denervation neuropathy of the posterior compartment right thigh muscles and a search proximally showed an osteolytic sacral lesion, which was biopsied and showed an unusual metastatic sarcoma. PET/CT showed liver and lung metastasis.
What is the likely diagnosis?
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