Anitha N1, Prathibha S. D2, Rashmi Sinha3, Pavana H. H4
Aggressive Angiomyxoma is a slow growing, uncommon myxoid neoplasm occuring chiefly in the genital, perineal and pelvic regions of adult women.(1,2) It is considered as a nonmetastasizing tumour with locally aggressive nature and propensity for local recurrence.(1) Hence it is important to differentiate from other mesenchymal tumours in this region and follow up is equally essential. We report a case of 37 years old lady with a pedunculated growth in the left labia majora. Our case highlights the variable presentation of these tumours.