Lipomatous lesions

Lipomatous lesions are those which originate from lipocytes or include a large fatty component. They can broadly be separated into benign and malignant processes:

Benign

Malignant

Many of the above entities have malignant counterparts, including:

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rID: 7622
Synonyms or Alternate Spellings:
  • Lipomatous lesion

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Cases and Figures

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    Case 1: liposarcoma
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    Lipoma: T1
    Case 2: lipoma - subdeltoid
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    Case 3
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    Case 4: caecal tumour with large pelvic lipoma
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    Case 5: large lipoma of the neck
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    Case 6: lipoma - face
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    Case 7: large lipoma of scalp
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