A previously healthy 22-year-old woman developed a painless mass on her right anteromedial thigh, with gradual enlargement over the preceding 2 months. There was no antecedent trauma. She otherwise felt well, without fevers, fatigue, night sweats, or arthralgia.
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Published online: February 27, 2022Thomas J. Marrie, MD, Section Editor
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