multiple lipomatosis

multiple lipomatosis

a rare inherited disorder characterized by discrete localized subcutaneous deposits of fat in the tissues of the body. This fat is not available for metabolic use, even in starvation.

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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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They can be sporadic or part of an inherited disease such as familial multiple lipomatosis.
Lipoma is the most common benign soft-tissue tumor, but familial multiple lipomatosis (FML) is very rare.
They form as a result of trauma or due to familial multiple lipomatosis.

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