Medical Must-See: Doctors ace diagnosis of teen’s backhander

While rare, extraosseous Ewing’s sarcoma is more common in Hispanic patients, the authors say.

A red lump on a 15-year-old’s right hand, half the size of a tennis ball, set Texan doctors up for rare diagnosis of extraosseous Ewing’s sarcoma.

The Hispanic teen presented to ED with a one-day history of “sharp, stabbing 10/10 pain” around the oval-shaped mass, which worsened with manipulation of his fingers.