Paraspinal and Foraminal Plexiform Neurofibromas: A Case Rep
Case Report
A 33-year young male patient presented with a complaint of lumps in the right lower abdomen and lower back since one month. There were no constitutional symptoms.
Physical examination of patients revealed cafe-au-lait spots, skin, subcutaneous neurofibromas and lisch nodules. Ultrasonography revealed a hypoechoic paraspinal mass lesion measuring 9.6 cm in the right iliac region. Contrast-enhanced computed tomography showed well-defined, hypodense lesions along the anterolateral aspects of lumbar spine and in close proximity to psoas muscle on either side simulating lymph nodes, with no significant contrast enhancement.

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