Subcutaneous masses along the cubital fossa can be a diagnostic dilemma. Most patients are asymptomatic and usually present for a cosmetic reason. Diagnosis can be confirmed by radiological findings and histopathology. We present a case report of a similar mass that turned out to be a haemangioma arising from the basilic vein with brief review of literature.
- general practice / family medicine
- general surgery
- vascular surgery
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Contributors AAK, DH: manuscript preparation. AAK, ADS: manuscript revision and edition. AAK, ADS: overall responsibility.
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Competing interests None declared.
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