multiple symmetric lipomatosis

mul·ti·ple sym·met·ric lip·o·ma·to·sis

accumulation and progressive enlargement of collections of adipose tissue in the subcutaneous tissue of the head, neck, upper trunk, and upper portions of the upper extremities; seen primarily in adult males and of unknown cause.

Launois,

Pierre-Emile, French physician, 1856-1914.
Launois-Bensaude syndrome - accumulation and progressive enlargement of collections of adipose tissue in the subcutaneous tissue of the head, neck, upper trunk, and upper portions of the upper extremities. Synonym(s): multiple symmetric lipomatosis
Launois-Cléret syndrome - Synonym(s): Fröhlich syndrome

Madelung,

Otto Wilhelm, German surgeon, 1846-1926.
Madelung deformity - a distal radial ulnar subluxation due to relative deficiency of axial growth of the medial side of the distal radius. Synonym(s): carpus curvus
Madelung disease - accumulation and progressive enlargement of adipose tissue in the subcutaneous tissue of the head, neck, upper trunk, and upper portions of the upper extremities. Synonym(s): multiple symmetric lipomatosis
Madelung lipoma - fatty tumor.
Madelung neck - multiple symmetric lipomatosis confined to the neck.
Madelung subluxation - incomplete dislocation or luxation.
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The adipose deposits sparing the distal extremities in this patient were consistent with so-called Multiple Symmetric Lipomatosis (MSL), also known as Madelung's disease.
Multiple symmetric lipomatosis may be the consequence of defective noradrenergic modulation of proliferation and differentiation of brown fat cells.
3] Two rare distinct familial types of lipomatosis have been identified, which are FML and multiple symmetric lipomatosis (MSL) also known as Madelung disease.
RFLP analysis of human chromosoma11 region q13 in multiple symmetric lipomatosis and.
Familial multiple symmetric lipomatosis associated with the A8344G mutation of mitochondrial DNA.
Madelung's disease is also known as benign symmetric lipomatosis (BSL), multiple symmetric lipomatosis (MSL), fatly neck syndrome or Launois-Bensaude syndrome.
The adipose deposits, sparing the distal extremities in this patient, were consistent with so-called multiple symmetric lipomatosis (MSL), also known as Madelung disease.
Multiple symmetric lipomatosis is synonymous with terms such as Madelung's disease, Launois-Bensaude adenolipomatosis, and benign symmetric lipomatosis, and is easily confused with a similar hereditary form.
Multiple symmetric lipomatosis (Launois-Bensaude syndrome): effect of oral Salbutamol.

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