fibrolipoma


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fibrolipoma

 [fi″bro-lĭ-po´mah]
a lipoma containing excessive fibrous tissue.

fi·bro·li·po·ma

(fī'brō-li-pō'mă),
A lipoma with an abundant stroma of fibrous tissue.
Synonym(s): lipoma fibrosum

fibrolipoma

/fi·bro·li·po·ma/ (-lĭ-po´mah) a lipoma with excessive fibrous tissue.fibrolipo´matous

fibrolipoma

[fī′brōlipō′mə]
a fibrous tumor that also contains fatty material. Also called lipofibroma.

fi·bro·li·po·ma

(fī'brō-li-pō'mă)
A lipoma with an abundant stroma of fibrous tissue.

fibrolipoma

a lipoma containing excessive fibrous tissue.
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The clinical course of lingual fibrolipoma is usually asymptomatic, with an average duration of 3.
of Cases Lipoma 16 Fibrohistiocytic tumors 6 Haemangioma 3 Neurilemoma 3 Fibroma 3 Fibrolipoma 2 Neurofibroma 2 Lymphangioma 1 Granular cell tumor 1 Total 37 Table 5: Showing distribution of malignant soft tissue tumors in order of frequency Malignant Tumor Total no.
About one third of neural fibrolipomas are associated with macrodactyly (1,3,4).
Fibrolipoma shows only CD34 staining; while, fibromatoses shows Vimentin positivity, but is negative for CD34.
Radiologic and histopathologic findings in a rare case of complex occult spinal dysraphism with association of a lumbar fibrolipoma, neurenteric cyst and tethered cord syndrome.
In our case, adipose cells were surrounded by dense collagenous bundles characteristics of fibrolipoma.
Fibrolipoma of the pyriform sinuses: Thirty-seven year follow-up.
Freund M, Thale A, Hutzelmann A: Radiologic and histopathologic findings in a rare case of complex occult spinal dysraphism with association of a lumbar fibrolipoma, neurenteric cyst and tethered cord syndrome.
Reports in the literature use different nomenclature when referring to these lesions, such as tonsillar lymphangiomatous polyp, angioma, angiofibroma, fibrolipoma, polypoid tumor containing fibroadipose tissue, hamartomatous tonsillar polyp, and lymphangiectatic fibrous polyp.
Terms such as fibrolipoma, hemangiolipoma, and myxolipoma are used when additional histologic components are apparent.
2) (WHO) grouped intraneural lipoma, fibrolipomatous hamartoma of the nerve, fatty infiltration, and neural fibrolipoma under Lipomatosis of the Nerve in 2002.