Fibroma of Tendon Sheath : Gross Pathology
Grossly, fibroma of tendon sheath is a small (usually less than 2 cm; although the example shown here measured 3 cm in size), well-circumscribed and encapsulated tumor with a lobular growth pattern. Most cases show obvious attachment to a tendon. The cut surface has a uniform, pearly-white or gray-white color. Cases with myxoid change have a gelatinous appearance.