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  • noun

Synonyms for lipoma

a tumor consisting of fatty tissue

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Another type of benign tumor often seen in people with FMEN1 is a plum-sized, fatty tumor called a lipoma, which grows under the skin.
The pathologic description of liposarcoma is attributed to Virchow, who first reported this malignant fatty tumor in 1857.
Lipomas are encapsulated benign fatty tumors often detected as bulges under the skin.
She had some fatty tumors (presumably benign), and Elwood reported later that these had disappeared after two weeks on the Therapy.
Age is an important parameter when confronted with growing, ill-defined fatty tumors that contain soft tissue components.