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Figure 1: Abdominal CT images of desmoid tumors and leiomyomas. (a) Enhanced abdominal CT shows an enhanced mass (arrowhead) of the left lateral abdominal wall beneath the left external oblique muscle. The radiological impression was leiomyomas; however, the final histological diagnosis shifted to desmoid tumor (case 11). (b) Enhanced abdominal CT shows a heterogeneous mass (arrowhead) with strong enhancement in the left external oblique abdominal muscle. The radiological impression from CT scan showed leiomyoma, and the histological examinations confirmed it as well (case 12). CT: Computed tomograph

Figure 1: Abdominal CT images of desmoid tumors and leiomyomas. (a) Enhanced abdominal CT shows an enhanced mass (arrowhead) of the left lateral abdominal wall beneath the left external oblique muscle. The radiological impression was leiomyomas; however, the final histological diagnosis shifted to desmoid tumor (case 11). (b) Enhanced abdominal CT shows a heterogeneous mass (arrowhead) with strong enhancement in the left external oblique abdominal muscle. The radiological impression from CT scan showed leiomyoma, and the histological examinations confirmed it as well (case 12). CT: Computed tomograph