Neha Kundan Jaiswal, Anup Kediya, Jayant Makrande.
J Evol Med & Dent Sci
Here we report a case of 65-year-old man who came to the surgery department with complaints of pain in abdomen and constipation for 5 days. He had no history of any trauma or surgery. The family history was not significant. On physical examination, a lump of 10 x 6 cm was palpated in lower abdomen. The lump was firm, non-tender with diffuse border. The lower border was not palpable. Relevant blood investigations were done and were in the normal range. X-ray findings showed features suggestive of subacute intestinal obstruction. MRI Findings Revealed a large mass arising from the anterior lower abdominal wall muscles. Surrounding organs appear normal. No enlarged lymph nodes were detected. No ascites. Features were suggestive of desmoid tumour.