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A unique case of infraorbital myxoid liposarcoma

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September 1, 2010
by Kavita Malhotra Pattani, MD and Timothy S. Lian, MD, FACS


Liposarcomas of the head and neck are rare, owing to the paucity of adipose tissue in this region. We present what we believe is a unique case of a myxoid liposarcoma in the infraorbital region, which arose in a 38-year-old man. The patient had presented with a slowly growing mass under his left eye that had been present for about 3 months. A wide local excision was performed, and the tumor was removed in its entirety. The final pathology report identified the mass as a well-differentiated myxoid liposarcoma. The patient's postoperative course was uneventful, and at the 12-month follow-up, he exhibited no evidence of disease.

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