CASE REPORT: RECURRENT SPINDLE CELL SARCOMA OVER CHEST WALL IN EARLY AGE OF LIFE
Dr. Nikita Rolekar* and Dr. Vipul Nandu
Chest wall sarcomas are very rare entities which are growing slow. A variety of sarcomas can present with a painful or painless mass, which often requires histological testing for diagnosis. A multidisciplinary team is necessary for the management of chest wall sarcomas. A 25 years old male presented with a slowly enlarging chest swelling for 15 years duration but in last 9 months it suddenly increased in size and painless swelling. On histopathology report suggestive of spindle cell sarcoma. He had a similar chest swelling at same location excised 11 years of age. We reported this case to emphasize the spindle cell sarcoma in differential diagnosis of chest swelling in young adults. The literature is reviewed and classification, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of spindle cell sarcoma are discussed. Complete wide local excision with surgical reconstruction remains the treatment of choice which will help in reducing the rate of recurrence.
Keywords: spindle cell sarcoma; chest wall Swelling; Recurrence.
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