Complaining of the right foot midsole region nodule for about 2 years. No history of trauma / local pain.
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There is a well-defined lesion at the clinically palpable swelling. The lesion measures about 34 x 14 x 6 mm. It involves plantar fascia which appears to enter and exits the lesion. The lesion is non-compressible, lobulated, solid, heterogeneous, hypoechoic without calcification/ cystic changes. Posterior acoustic enhancement is present. There is no intralesional flow. Rest of the plantar fascia is normal.
There is focal hypoechoic thickening involving contralateral asymptomatic left foot.
A young female presented with the right sole painless lesion. Ultrasound findings favor right foot fibroma from plantar fascia. There is a presence of much smaller plantar fibroma in the asymptomatic left foot.
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