Angiomyxoma is a myxomatous tumor involving the blood vessels.
It can affect the vulva and other parts of the pelvis.
Aggressive angiomyxoma was originally described in 1983, but the term "angiomyxoma" dates back to at least 1952.
Although it is a benign tumour and does not 'invade' the neighbouring tissue, it has a tendency to recur after surgical excision so it is termed as aggressive. The recurrence can be as close as six months from initial resection. It will not be surprising to find cases
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