Fibromatosis

What is Fibromatosis?

Localized benign soft tissue tumor which can spread into the adjacent deeper structures without metastases to distant parts is fibromatosis. This can occur anywhere in the body and may be painful. Fatality depends upon the location of the growth.

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hi, i am suffer from fibromatosis / desmoid tumors on left side chest ,above the heart (size 15*9*7 cm) . , for that last yea we are done surgery...

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Medical treatment probably appropriate

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Thanks for your query.

Desmoid tumor has potential to recur. The size was...

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Child my neice had a neurofibroma at left ankle,now she has been diagnosed with desmoid type fibromatosis at the same joint. Kindly me know the...

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They are not related to each other.

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Neurofibroma and Desmoid type Fibromatosis are different conditions....

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Need treatment for fibromatosis in New XXXXXXX

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Hello Sir, thanks for trusting health care magic.
Fibromatosis is a local benign tumor...

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Hi, I have various underlying health conditions: fibromatosis of the left clavicle treated with caleyx chemotherapy for 6month in 2008, followed by...

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Child my neice had a neurofibroma at left ankle,now she has been diagnosed with desmoid type fibromatosis at the same joint. Kindly me know the...

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hi, i am suffer from fibromatosis / desmoid tumors on left side chest ,above the heart (size 15*9*7 cm) . , for that last yea we are done surgery...

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my daughter 14 has infantile digital fibromatosis she started at the age of 6mths in right ring finger as small swelling which gradually increased...

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