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Painful Inguinal Angiomyomatous Hamartoma Responsive to Conservative Pain Management: A Case Report

Woolley, Christopher A. MD; Oswald, Jessica MD, MPH; Chen, Jeffrey MD, MHS

doi: 10.1213/XAA.0000000000001072
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Angiomyomatous hamartoma (AMH) is a rare and benign mixed-tissue tumor of the lymphatic system. The majority of AMH tumors are removed surgically for cosmetic reasons or during workup of lymphadenopathy. There are few reported cases of this condition in the literature; AMH does not cause pain, and there are no published reports of AMH recurring after surgical excision. Here, we report a unique case of inguinal AMH recurring after surgical excision and causing a painful compression neuropathy. Our report also describes the patient’s successful but transient response to nonsurgical pain management.

From the Division of Pain Medicine, Department of Anesthesiology, University of California, San Diego, California.

Accepted for publication June 25, 2019.

Funding: None.

The authors declare no conflicts of interest.

Address correspondence to Christopher A. Woolley, MD, Department of Anesthesiology, University of California, 200 W Arbor Dr, #8770, San Diego, CA 92103. Address e-mail to cawoolley@ucsd.edu.

Copyright © 2019 International Anesthesia Research Society
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