lipoleiomyoma

lipoleiomyoma

A uterine leiomyoma-like neoplasm of obese, post-menopausal ♀ with cholecystitis, that may cause vague abdominal pain, backache, vaginal discharge, or hemorrhage
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In lipoleiomyoma the vascular prominence is not significant whereas in the AML the thick walled blood vessels are the most prominent morphological finding.
Denovo growth of a large preperitoneal lipoleiomyoma of the anterior abdominal wall.
Clinical and pathological features of lipoleiomyoma of the uterine corpus: a review of 76 cases.
INTRODUCTION: Lipoleiomyoma is a rare neoplasm consisting of smooth muscle and mature adipocytes.
Lipoleiomyoma are associated with ordinary leiomyoma.
Preperitoneal Lipoleiomyoma of the Abdominal wall in a postmenopausal woman.
Lipoleiomyoma is an alteration that was previously called as fatty metamorphosis, lipomatous degeneration, adipose metaplasia, etc.
4] Most of the reported cases are of mixed type and lipoleiomyoma is the most common.
19) One unusual kind of leiomyoma is the lipoleiomyoma, which contains a considerable amount of fat.
On histopathological examination again we got rare findings suggestive of Lipoleiomyoma.
5 Most of the reported cases of Lipoleiomyoma have been retrospectively diagnosed after surgery, with some being pre-operatively misdiagnosed as ovarian teratomas.
1) According to considerable studies on lipoleiomyoma, incidence of this entity is 0.