lipofibroma

lipofibroma

 [lip″o-fi-bro´mah]
a lipoma containing fibrous elements.

lip·o·fi·bro·ma

(lip'ō-fī-brō'mă),
A benign neoplasm of fibrous connective tissue, with conspicuous numbers of adipose cells.

lipofibroma

An older term; most cases whoccidiae labeled lipofibroma probably corresponded to a simple lipoma with fibrosis and not more specific lesions—e.g., fibrolipoma or neural fibrolipoma (lipofibromatous hamartoma of nerves).

lip·o·fi·bro·ma

(lip'ō-fī-brō'mă)
A benign neoplasm of fibrous connective tissue, with conspicuous numbers of adipose cells.
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Lipofibroma ofthe median nerve in the palm and digits of the hand.
Second more rare form is the solitary form, presenting as an asymptomatic, solitary dome-shaped papule or nodule mimicking skin tag, hence also called pedunculated lipofibroma. [15] It is commonly reported during the second decade of life and doesn't have any site of predilection as seen in classical variant.
Similar dermal collections of adipocytes on histopathologic examination are also present in some melanocytic nevi, pedunculated lipofibromas, and in Goltz syndrome.
LFH'yi tanimlamak icin kullanilan diger isimler; yaagli infiltrasyon, lipofibroma ve intranoral lipofib-romdur.
Case report: ten year follow up of lipofibroma of median nevre in the palm.
In the second form, also called pedunculated lipofibroma, single lesions which can be located on several anatomic regions were observed (NOGITA et al., 1994).