Unusual bilateral vulvar liposarcoma
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Introduction
Liposarcoma is the most common subtype of soft tissue sarcoma, representing an estimated 20% of all sarcoma in adults. The disease may represent anywhere in the body, although it occurs mostly in the extremities, trunk, or abdomen. Vulvar liposarcoma is extremely rare to have been reported only sixteen of cases up to date. Vulvar liposarcoma can be mistaken as benign lesions due to its location and rarity, which leads to mistreatment and a delayed diagnosis. We present a case of unusual bilateral vulvar liposarcoma treated by surgical resection of the mass in combination with adjuvant radiotherapy.

Case report
A 37-year-old, gravid 2, para 2, woman with no significant past history was referred from a gynecologic clinic because of bilateral vulvar swelling. The vulvar swelling had developed for several years but she never visited hospital for evaluation because she felt that she gained body fat in the groin. She recognized palpable and painless mass on both vulvae 3 weeks before visiting gynecologic clinic in March 2010. Physical examination revealed a whole vulvar swelling and about 3-cm-size non-tender masses on bilateral labium majus without a protruding lump....

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4245353/
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