Category Archives: Lipomas

Intramuscular Lipoma – Chest Area

Lipoma (benign fat tumor) are usually located at the subcutaneous level (just below the skin). It is possible, though not common, for lipoma to be located in deeper areas. Such is the case of this patient with intramuscular lipoma, beneath … Continue reading

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Lipoma – Submandibular Area

A 67-year-old repair man (cobbler, shoemaker, etc) has a recurrent left submanbibular mass. The mass is beneath the skin; 4-cm in its greatest diameter; feels solid and soft; with well-defined border; movable, and non-tender. The primary clinical diagnosis is a … Continue reading

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Lipoma – Back – Scapular Area

A 56-year-old female with a mass on the back, at the left scapular area. On physical examination, the mass is below the skin; 8 cm in its greatest diameter; feels solid and soft with well-defined border; movable; non-tender. The primary … Continue reading

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