A 49-year-old woman presented with a left back mass in the subscapular region that began to cause pain with shoulder movement. Ultrasound scan was obtained to evaluate the lesion and showed a 6.9 × 6.3-cm mass between the left scapula and the posterior chest wall. It was 1-cm thick, discoid, well-circumscribed, and heterogeneous in nature and diagnosed by the radiologist as most likely elastofibroma dorsi based on the location. The patient was taken to the operating room and a fatty soft-tissue mass was removed from beneath the serratus anterior muscle. The final pathology report revealed the mass to be a lipoma.
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