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Angioleiomyoma of the Foot

John Moriarty Staten Island University Hospital, Staten Island, NY.

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John Sottile Northwell at Staten Island University Hospital, Staten Island, NY.

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Angioleiomyomas are benign soft-tissue tumors that present painfully and are more commonly found in the extremities. Although benign soft-tissue tumors do not require excision, the clinician may not always know the type of tumor, and patient symptomatology may require removal of the offending body. In this article, we present our case findings of a 45-year-old man presenting with a subcutaneous angioleiomyoma subcalcis.

Corresponding author: John Moriarty, DPM, 209 Philema Rd, #306, Albany GA 31701. (E-mail: Dr.moriartydpm@gmail.com)
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