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Benign mesenchymoma presenting as a paraspinal mass

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A 4-year-old girl was brought to clinical attention with a complaint of swelling in lower back, which gradually enlarged. Physical examination revealed a firm globular mass in the right paraspinal region at L1 to L4 level (figure 1A). Digital radiograph showed a circumscribed mass …

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