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CURRENT AND EMERGING TREATMENT FOR LIPOMA

S. D. Rihana*, T. Neelima, N. Divya, Y. Dedeepya, G. Jahnavi and R. Sudheer Babu

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Lipomas are accumulation of fatty tissue between the skin layer and the muscle. These are mainly origin at mesenchymal region. Lipoma occurs at all age groups and mainly at 40-60 years old. Lipoma tumor frequently develops, where fatty tissue are predominant. Lipoma occurs at anywhere in the body and is mainly appears at cerebral, thorax, shoulder and spine. lipomas are rarely settled at the foot. Lipoma are slowly enhancing when these are called as benign. Lipoma over 2cm maybe cause anemia. It is soft and no pain at all doughy like masses. Lipomas are inheritance and run through families rarely lipomas along with syndromes like familial multiple lipomata’s, Adipose dolorosa, Cowden disease, familial adenomatous polyposis and Madelung’s disorder. lipoma consist of many types like angiolipoma, conventional type, Hibernia, Fibromyalgia, Myelolipoma, spindle cell lipomas [SCL], Pleomorphic lipomas, this disease is usually left alone without any treatment. But if lipoma grow more than 5cm therapy should required. More therapy options stars at steroidal injections up to excision is available.

Keywords: Adipose dolorosa, Cowden syndrome, gardeners syndrome, Madelung’s disease, multiple lipomata’s.


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