fibrolipoma


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Related to fibrolipoma: angiolipoma
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fi·bro·li·po·ma

n. fibrolipoma, tumor que contiene tejido fibroso y adiposo en exceso.
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Fibrolipoma, a histologic variant of lipoma, is characterised by mature adipose tissue which is separated into lobules by fibrous strands.
One case revealed only few fibroblast-like cells and fat cells, so misinterpreted to be fibrolipoma.
Mammary hibernoma appears as a well-defined, uniformly echogenic mass on breast ultrasonography and the radiologic differential includes other fatty lesions such as lipoma, interlobular stromal fibrous tissue, fibrolipoma, fibroadenolipoma, and early fat necrosis.
Those in which adipose tissue predominates are distinguished from fibrolipoma by foci of immature mesenchyme and from lipoblastoma by their lack of a capsule and of a lobular pattern [2].
La presencia de una glandula parotida accesoria es clinicamente relevante porque en casos de tumor localizado a este nivel puede confundirse con un tumor de origen no salival como el lipoma y fibrolipoma oral considerados entes benignos que representan el 1% de los tumores orales frente a los parotideos que suelen ser malignos requiriendo incluso la parotidectomia como alternativa quirurgica.
Neural fibrolipoma of the superficial peroneal nerve in the ankle: a case report with immunohistochemical analysis.
The clinical differential diagnosis includes ranula, dermoid cyst, thyroglossal duct cyst, ectopic thyroid tissue, pleomorphic adenoma and mucoepidermoid carcinoma, angiolipoma, fibrolipoma and malignant lymphoma.
7) The differential diagnoses include nuchal fibroma, fibrolipoma, fibromatoses, sarcoma and subcutaneous metastasis.
Plastik, Rekonstruktif ve Estetik Cerrahi Anabilim Dali'nda yapilan tani amacli biyopsi sonucu fibrolipoma ile uyumlu idi (Resim 2).
Final diagnosis of intradural fibrolipoma located at the conus with tight filum terminale and cord tethering was made.
1) Fibrolipoma is one of the variants of lipoma in which neoplastic fat cells are embedded within dense collagen.