Myxofibrosarcoma: calvarial

Case contributed by Dr Emina Talakic


A 21-year-old patient with history of myxofibrosarcoma of the head. CT was performed during the terminal stage of the disease.

Patient Data

Age: 21 years
Gender: Male

Recurrent huge myxofibrosarcoma of the head with bone destruction, initially arising from frontal and parietal brain lobe, extending to facial portion of the skull and involving the entire soft tissue of the head.

Case Discussion

Myxofibrosarcoma of the head are extremely rare. According to the literature they usually occurs in late adult age, therefore is this case of 21-years-old male very interesting. Also a very small number of the myxofibrosarcoma of the head have been described since they usualy appear in the lower extremities.

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Case information

rID: 45440
Published: 27th May 2016
Last edited: 27th May 2016
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