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Exophytic Angioleiomyoma on the Plantar Foot

A Case Study

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  • 1 Naval Health Clinic New England, Newport, RI.
  • | 2 Midwestern University, Glendale, AZ.
  • | 3 Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, Bethesda, MD.
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A case describing an O-to-Z double-advancement flap used to treat a 62-year-old woman with a slowly enlarging exophytic mass in the plantar aspect of the right foot is presented. Clinical details, surgical technique, and histologic photographs are described. This case report highlights the rare exophytic presentation of a pedal angioleiomyoma, which has not been described in the literature before.

Corresponding author: LT Mark A. Dreyer, DPM, MSC, USN, Department of Surgical Services, Naval Health Clinic New England, 43 Smith Rd, Newport, RI 02841. (E-mail: mark.a.dreyer@gmail.com)