Inflammatory Pseudotumor

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Inflammatory pseudotumours are rare neoplasms of unknown aetiology. They often mimic malignancy, both clinically and radiologically, can be locally invasive, recur, metastasise and undergo malignant change. In this article we report a classical example of inflammatory pseudotumour with multiple foci, discuss the radiological and pathological findings and the management of these patients.

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  • Authors: Robert Hone, Stuart Barnes, Paul Kirkland
  • Keywords: Inflammatory Pseudotumour, Myofibroblastic, Radiology, Histopathology, Management.
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