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Q. can lypoma be cure with age of 45 female 100% i have lypoma at back between arm from long time my age is 45 also has problem of sorises let me know how can it be cured

A. Nothing is 100% in medicine, so no one can guarantee you anything. However, provided it's indeed lipoma (a benign tumor, not cancer which is called liposarcoma), then it's not suppose to cause any specific problems after it's removed surgically.

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The 65-year-old patient presented to the Maxillofacial Surgery Clinic in Bialystok because of the multiple lipomas on various body parts.
Angiolipoma seems to show aberrant expression of full-length HMGA2, although at levels lower than in lipoma with 12q rearrangements.
Because investigations carried out on the lesion, including Fine Needle Aspirate Cytology (FNA) and CT scan suggested a diagnosis of a lipoma, we expected a straight forward excision of the lesion.
Congenital lipomas are rarely reported due to harmless nature of benign tumours.
According to World Health Organization, lipomas are categorized into 9 entities, one of which is spindle cell/ pleomorphic lipoma [2].
Lipomas are found over vast range of age but most commonly affect adults in 40-60 years of age.
3, 4) To our knowledge, a UUT lipoma has never been reported.
While lipomas are usually small they can sometimes grow to a large size, but they aren't cancerous.
Objective: To determine the frequency size and location of different types of gastrointestinal (GIT) lipomas on plain CT scan and diagnostic accuracy of CT scan in diagnosis of lipoma.
Parotid lipomas are uncommon, slow-growing, non-metastasizing mesenchymal neoplasms composed of mature adipose tissue with a fibrous capsule [1,2].