World Journal of
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*Dr. Dharwadkar Arpana, Vidya Viswanathan, Shruti Vimal and Kulkarni Pramod


Subcutaneous soft tissue lesions in infants and children encompass a diverse spectrum of entities including benign and malignant lesions. The rarity and diversity of these lesions presents diagnostic and therapeutic challenges. Fibrous hamartoma of infancy (FHI) is an uncommon, benign tumour of subcutis and lower dermis. More than 90% of the lesions occur during the first year and approximately 25% are congenital. The lesion is more common in males and the sites include axillae, chest wall, back, thigh, and the inguinoscrotal region. The clinical and radiologic features of this lesion are non-specific and can mimic those of malignant soft tissue tumours. Diagnosis is made by histologic examination to identify the characteristic triphasic pattern arranged in an organoid fashion. It has an excellent prognosis with 16% local recurrence rate. Hence, we report this case of an 8-month-old male child presenting with a swelling over the lateral side of chest wall for 3 months which was progressively increasing.

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