lipogranuloma

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lipogranuloma

 [lip″o-gran″u-lo´mah]
a nodule of lipoid material associated with granulomatous inflammation.

lip·o·gran·u·lo·ma

(lip'ō-gran'yū-lō'mă),
A nodule or focus of granulomatous inflammation (usually of the foreign-body type) in association with lipid material deposited in tissues, for example, after the injection of certain oils.
See also: paraffinoma.

lipogranuloma

/lipo·gran·u·lo·ma/ (-gran″u-lo´mah) a foreign body inflammation of adipose tissue containing granulation tissue and oil cysts.

lipogranuloma

[lip′ōgran′yoo͡lō′mə] pl. lipogranulomas, lipogranulomata
Etymology: Gk, lipos + L, granulum, little grain; Gk, oma, tumor
a nodule of necrotic, fatty tissue associated with granulomatous inflammation or a foreign-body reaction around a deposit of injected material containing an oily substance.

lip·o·gran·u·lo·ma

(lip'ō-gran'yŭ-lō'mă)
A nodule or focus of granulomatous inflammation (usually of the foreign-body type) in association with lipid material deposited in tissues, e.g., after the injection of certain oils.
See also: paraffinoma

lipogranuloma

a nodule of lipoid material associated with granulomatous inflammation.