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Solitary Myofibroma

The circumscribed nodular architecture with the biphasic myoid and hemangiopericytomatous pattern is typical in a myofibroma. The pattern of cystic degeneration, hemorrhage and inflammation observed in the hemangiopericytomatous component is also quite common. These lesions are benign with a very low incidence of recurrence even after incomplete excision.

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