Iliopsoas Neoplasm

Iliopsoas Neoplasm

R. Brooke Jeffrey, MD

(Left) Axial CECT in a 71-year-old man with a 6 month history of an enlarging left flank mass reveals a large fat-attenuation mass occupying the entire left side of the abdomen and displacing the gastrointestinal tract to the right side of the abdomen. Note the direct infiltration of the left psoas muscle image, most consistent with a liposarcoma. (Right) Axial CECT in the same patient shows the normal right psoas muscle image and the normal bowel loops displaced to the right side image of the abdomen.

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Jun 8, 2016 | Posted by in GENERAL RADIOLOGY | Comments Off on Iliopsoas Neoplasm

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