LIPOMA
Introduction Commonest tumor of s/c tissue. Benign Arising from yellow fat Universal tumor Karyotype 12q change Hibe...
Types Encapsulated s/c lipoma Diffuse variety Multiple lipomas- Dercum’s d/s
Histological types Fibrolipoma Neurolipoma Naevolipoma
Siteslocation          presentation          d.d.              Significances/c               Mobile, lobular,      Neurofi...
Contd..location        presentation       d.d.               SignificanceSubmucus        Asymptomatic/      Intestinal/lar...
Clinical features Localized, lobular, non-tender Semi-fluctuant Mobile Slip sign Skin free Pedunculated +/-
Complications Myxomatous degeneration Saponification Calcification Infection Ulceration Intussusception & intestinal...
Liposarcoma Common in retroperitoneum, thigh & back Rapid growth Warm & vascular Dilated veins Restriction of mobilit...
Treatment Excision Liposarcoma- wide  excision, reconstruction, adjuvant chemo- &  radiotherapy
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  1. 1. LIPOMA
  2. 2. Introduction Commonest tumor of s/c tissue. Benign Arising from yellow fat Universal tumor Karyotype 12q change Hibernoma
  3. 3. Types Encapsulated s/c lipoma Diffuse variety Multiple lipomas- Dercum’s d/s
  4. 4. Histological types Fibrolipoma Neurolipoma Naevolipoma
  5. 5. Siteslocation presentation d.d. Significances/c Mobile, lobular, Neurofibrom Most common edge slips under variety palp.fingers asubfascial Diff. to appreciate Implantation In scalp- erodes edge & lobulation dermoid , bone TbtenosynovitisSubsynovial, Knee/elbow Bursa, Intra-articular is sweling Baker’s cyst rareintra-articularIntermuscular Swelling Fibrosarcoma More chance of Hematoma devpg liposarcomaParosteal Feels hard Bony tumor Very, very rare
  6. 6. Contd..location presentation d.d. SignificanceSubmucus Asymptomatic/ Intestinal/laryngea Intussusception stridor l tumorSubserosal Retroperitoneal Hydronephrosis, Liposarcoma swelling retroperitoneal cystExtradural Very rare - -Intraglandula Breast, pancreas Cystic lesions Very rarer
  7. 7. Clinical features Localized, lobular, non-tender Semi-fluctuant Mobile Slip sign Skin free Pedunculated +/-
  8. 8. Complications Myxomatous degeneration Saponification Calcification Infection Ulceration Intussusception & intestinal obstruction
  9. 9. Liposarcoma Common in retroperitoneum, thigh & back Rapid growth Warm & vascular Dilated veins Restriction of mobility Skin fixation & fungation Hematogenous spread to lungs
  10. 10. Treatment Excision Liposarcoma- wide excision, reconstruction, adjuvant chemo- & radiotherapy
  11. 11. Thank you…

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