Lipoma of neck
Right anterior neck swelling for a few years. Gradually increasing in size. No pain.
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Swelliing pointed to by the patient is a well-defined mass in right anterior triangle of neck. It lies deep to platysma muscle. Cranially, it abuts submandibular gland; caudally it abuts right lobe of thyroid gland. It lies medial to sternocledomastoid muscle.
The lesion is isoechoic to adjacent muscle. It shows linear internal striations. No calcification or cystic changes are noted. It is compressible. No internal flow is noted in the lesion.
Typical ultrasound findings of a lipoma.