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Fig. 1 | Surgical Case Reports

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From: Focal nodular hyperplasia that mimicked a liver metastasis from a soft tissue sarcoma: a case report

Fig. 1

CT images for patient’s history of spindle cell sarcoma (SCS), originating from lower abdominal wall and 1st peritoneal recurrence after surgery. a Very large SCS stands out from lower abdominal wall (yellow arrow) when the patient was 13 years old. b Peritoneal recurrence of SCS on the mesentery over the small intestine (red arrow) when the patient was 22 years of age. Both lesions were curatively resected

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