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Figure 1: (a) Infantile fibrosarcoma should be considered first in a 4-year-old child presenting with a mass in the gluteal region. (b) MR image of the mass. c: Excisional tissue macroscopic image. (c) Epithelioid sarcoma should be considered in a 67-year-old patient who presented with a mass in the gluteal region. (d) MR image of the mass. (e)Epitheloid sarcoma macroscopic image. These diagnoses have the same radiological appearance and clinical findings. Age and localization are important parameters when diagnosing sarcoma

Figure 1: (a) Infantile fibrosarcoma should be considered first in a 4-year-old child presenting with a mass in the gluteal region. (b) MR image of the mass. c: Excisional tissue macroscopic image. (c) Epithelioid sarcoma should be considered in a 67-year-old patient who presented with a mass in the gluteal region. (d) MR image of the mass. (e)Epitheloid sarcoma macroscopic image. These diagnoses have the same radiological appearance and clinical findings. Age and localization are important parameters when diagnosing sarcoma