Undifferentiated abdominal wall sarcoma
Left groin mass, slowly increasing in size over revent months.
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Large complex mass lesion in the left inguinal region that appears to arise from the anterior abdominal wall. Features are highly suggestive with a soft-tissue sarcoma.
Excision biopsy was attempted. The majority of the mass was necrotic tumor. The pathology was most consistent with an undifferentiated sarcoma of the abdominal wall.