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Nodular fasciitis Classification and external resources Histopathology of nodular fasciitis found in forearm. H&E stain. ICD-10 M72.4 ICD-9 728.79 Nodular fasciitis (also known as "Nodular pseudosarcomatous fasciits,"[1] "Pseudosarcomatous fasciitis,"[2], and "Subcutaneous pseudosarcomatous fibromatosis"[1]:992) is a benign[3] lesion most commonly found in the superficial fascia. It is most common in young persons on the upper extremities and trunk. Commonly mistaken for a sarcoma. Contents 1 Etiology and clinical course 2 Histology 3 Additional images 4 See also 5 References // Etiology and clinical course Similar to a dermatofibroma, it is believed to be a reparative process secondary to trauma, which is frequently not remembered. It evolves rapidly, but is usually less than 3 cm in diameter. There is an extremely low incidence of recurrence after resection. Histology Histologically vast array of patterns. Short S-shaped fascicles, inflammation, accelerated mitotic index with normal mitoses. Essentially spindle cell proliferation. Stroma is rich in collagen and/or myxoid ground substance. Additional images See also Leiomyosarcoma List of cutaneous conditions References ^ a b Freedberg, et al. (2003). Fitzpatrick's Dermatology in General Medicine. (6th ed.). McGraw-Hill. ISBN 0071380760. ^ Rapini, Ronald P.; Bolognia, Jean L.; Jorizzo, Joseph L. (2007). Dermatology: 2-Volume Set. St. Louis: Mosby. ISBN 1-4160-2999-0.  ^ Sailon AM, Cappuccino G, Hameed M, Fleegler EJ (2008). "Nodular fasciitis of the hand over the metacarpophalangeal joint: a case report". Eplasty 8: e38. PMID 18725954.  v • d • e Soft tissue disorders / Rheumatism / Connective tissue arthropathy (M65-M79, 725-728) Capsular joint Synoviopathy Synovitis/Tenosynovitis (Calcific tendinitis, Stenosing tenosynovitis, Trigger finger, DeQuervain's syndrome) · Transient synovitis · Ganglion cyst osteochondromatosis (Synovial osteochondromatosis) · Plica syndrome villonodular synovitis (Giant cell tumor of the tendon sheath) Bursopathy Bursitis (Olecranon, Prepatellar, Trochanteric, Subacromial) · Synovial cyst (Baker's cyst) Noncapsular joint Ligamentopathy Ligamentous laxity · Hypermobility Enthesopathy/Enthesitis (and general tendinopathy) upper limb (Adhesive capsulitis of shoulder, Rotator cuff tear, Golfer's elbow, Tennis elbow) lower limb (Iliotibial band syndrome, Patellar tendinitis, Achilles tendinitis, Calcaneal spur, Metatarsalgia) · Bone spur other/general: Tendinitis · Tendinosis Nonjoint Fasciopathy Fasciitis: Plantar · Nodular · Necrotizing · Eosinophilic Fibromatosis/contracture Dupuytren's contracture · Plantar fibromatosis · Aggressive fibromatosis · Knuckle pads M: JNT anat(h/c, u, t, l)/phys noco(arth/defr/back/soft)/cong, sysi/epon, injr proc, drug(M4) M: MUS, DF+DRCT anat (h/n, u, t/d, a/p, l)/phys/hist noco(m, s, c)/cong(d)/tumr, sysi/epon, injr proc, drug (M1A/3)