This 58-year-old male presents with mild swollen distal 3rd digit of left hand and pain for 10 years. Difficulty with using hand.
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No acute bony macrofracture or contusion. No acute ligamentous sprain. The flexor and extensor tendons intact.
A 1cm in depth, 2.4cm in width and 3.5cm in length lesion with gross fat volar to the proximal phalanx of the 3rd digit, associated with no surrounding soft tissue edema.
Left Hand: A lobulated mass with gross fat volar to the proximal phalanx of the 3rd digit consistent with a lipoma, less likely spindle cell lipoma.
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Content reviewed: July 19, 2021