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Angiomyofibroblastoma (AMF) is a
rare kind of soft tissue tumor that occurs predominantly in the vulva. Due to
their location, clinicians often confuse AMF with Bartholin’s cyst or perineal
hernia. Radiological evaluation is performed to rule out perineal hernia and
invasive neoplasm. Like other benign mesenchymal tumors of vulva, AMF shows
indolent behavior and rarely recurs after complete surgical excision.