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A Case of Lipoma in the Middle Ear

Park SI, Park MH, Ahn J, Chung WH

Lipoma is a common benign tumor found at various sites in the body, but it is rarely encountered in the middle ear. We report a case of a 5-month-old girl...
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Multifocal intraosseous calvarial hemangioma misdiagnosed as subgaleal lipoma

Kim JH, Ahn CH, Kim KH, Oh SH

Intraosseous hemangioma is a rare, slow-growing, benign tumor of blood vessels. Primary hemangioma of the skull is a benign lesion that may appear as a palpable mass or accidentally detected...
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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome due to Lipoma: A Case Report

Seo KB, Kim SR, Nam KW, Choi S, Seo JY, Rho JY, Kim GM

Carpal tunnel syndrome is the most common compressive neuropathy in the hand. Median nerve is chronically compressed in a narrow space composed of transverse carpal ligament and carpal bones, which...
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Lipoma of the Floor of the Mouth: a Case Report

Kim DH, Han SY, Lee JH

Lipoma is one of the most common benign tumors in the human body. However, they are uncommon in the oral cavity. Oral lipomas can occur on the cheeks, tongue, lips,...
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Thoracic Outlet Syndrome Induced by Huge Lipoma: A Case Report

Sul J, Lim J, Kang SK, Choi SW, Kwon HJ, Youm JY

Thoracic outlet syndrome is a relatively well known disease. Other than trauma, this disease is mostly caused by anatomical structures that cause vascular or neural compression. The cause of thoracic...
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Tenosynovial Bilateral Lipoma Arborescens of the Ankle in Adults

Gwak HC, Kim DH, Roh SM, Choo HJ, Kim YJ, Jeong JW, Jung SH

Lipoma arborescens or synovial lipomatosis is a rare disorder that is characterized by mature fat infiltration of the hypertrophic synovial villi, most frequently affecting the supra-patellar pouch of the knee....
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Minimal scarring from giant intramuscular lipoma excision with the harmonic scalpel

Kim JH, Lee YJ, Oh DY

Lipoma is the most frequent benign mesenchymal tumor. Giant intramuscular lipomas, defined by a measurement greater than 10 cm in any dimension, reside deep to the fascia and originate within...
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Complications of the surgical excision of encapsulated versus nonencapsulated lipomas: A retrospective analysis

Do WH, Choi YW

BACKGROUND: Lipomas are common benign soft tissue tumors composed of mature white adipocytes, with histological features including a well-circumscribed and lobular mass covered with a thin fibrous capsule. However, lipomas...
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Subcutaneous Sparganosis on Abdomen Mimicking Multiple Lipomas

Ahn SK, Choi HJ, Kim JH

Human sparganosis is a food-borne zoonosis mainly caused by the plerocercoid belonging to the genus Spirometra. The most common clinical sign of sparganosis is a subcutaneous mass in the trunk...
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Parosteal Lipoma Associated with Underlying Recurrent Bizarre Parosteal Osteochondromatous Proliferation (Nora's Lesion) of the Hand

Kang S, Chung PH, Kim JP, Kim YS, Lee HM, Cho KS

Parosteal lipoma is a benign tumor of the mature adipose tissue that contacts the periosteum of the underlying bone directly. The tumor commonly arises in the long bones, such as...
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Intraosseous Lipoma: 18 Years of Experience at a Single Institution

Kang HS, Kim T, Oh S, Park S, Chung SH

BACKGROUND: Intraosseous lipoma is a very rare lesion that constitutes no more than 0.1% of all bone tumors. We analyzed 21 cases of intraosseous lipoma at a single institution for...
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Traumatic Lipoma after a Minor Motor Vehicle Accident

Noh H

Lipoma, which is most common benign soft tissue tumor, is often developed after blunt trauma. Most superficial lipomas are asymptomatic and are noted incidentally on inspection, palpation or limitation of...
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A Case of Laryngeal Lipoma Arising at the Free Margin of the Vocal Cord

Lee SJ

Lipomas are benign tumors and most commonly occurs in trunk, upper extremities and lower extremities. About 13–15% of lipomas are located in the head and neck area. However, lipomas of...
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Hyperplastic Autotransplanted Parathyroid Tissue Migrating into Fatty Tumor after Total Parathyroidectomy

Reza JA, Wiese GK, Portoghese JD

Secondary hyperparathyroidism (SHPTH) occurs commonly in patients with end-stage renal disease (ESRD). Uncontrolled SHPTH is associated with complications of calcium deposition including calciphylaxis and elevated rates of cardiovascular morbidity. Current...
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Trochlear Nerve Palsy Caused by Quadrigeminal Cistern Lipoma

Choi NH, Kim WJ, Kim MM

PURPOSE: To report a case of trochlear nerve palsy caused by quadrigeminal cistern lipoma located in the dorsal midbrain. CASE SUMMARY: A 65-year-old male visited our clinic for intermittent vertical diplopia...
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A Case of Retropharyngeal Huge Lipoma Causing Dysphagia

Park KW, Kim JM, Koo BS, Chang JW

Lipomas of the retropharyngeal space are rare, and they do not cause symptoms until they reach a large size. Although retropharyngeal lipoma is an uncommon entity, several reports have appeared...
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Intraosseous Hibernoma: A Rare and Unique Intraosseous Lesion

Song B, Ryu HJ, Lee C, Moon KC

BACKGROUND: Hibernoma is a rare benign tumor of adults that is composed of multivacuolated adipocytes resembling brown fat cells. Hibernoma typically occurs in soft tissue, and intraosseous examples are very...
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Lipoma Compressing the Sciatic Nerve in a Patient With Suspicious Central Post-stroke Pain

Kim JY, Koo HJ, Park GY, Choi Y

Lipomas are mostly located in the subcutaneous tissues and rarely cause symptoms. Occasionally, peripheral nerve compression by lipomas is reported. We describe a case of a 59-year-old man with a...
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Lymphocele after Lipoma Removal in Inner Thigh

Lee JW, Ahn JW, Han G, Kwon SH, Jeon J, Seo SH

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Unusual complications caused by lipoma of the tongue

Cocca S, Viviano M, Parrini S

Lipoma is the most common, benign, soft tissue, mesenchymal tumour and is composed of mature adipose tissue. It is infrequent in the oral cavity (approximately 0.3% of all tongue neoplasias)....
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