Desmoid Tumor of the Abdominal Wall: Report of a Case 1674-1676
Salman Yousuf Guraya FRCS
Professor of Surgery and Consultant Surgeon
College of Medicine, Taibah University
Al Madina Al Munawara Saudi Arabia
Desmoids tumours of the abdomen are uncommon benign tumours with varied presentations. The diagnosis is frequently established by histological examination. These tumours are known to recur even after surgical excision. A case report of a 41-year-old female with a painless abdominal mass has been presented. She was found to have a firm, non-tender, immobile, and regular mass in the left lumbar region of the abdominal wall. Her CT scan and FNAC revealed a benign-natured lesion. The patient’s mass was completely excised and the histology confirmed desmoids tumour of the abdominal wall. The rarity of such lesions warrants that the treating physicians should have a high degree of suspicion while managing abdominal masses of a questionable nature.