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[1] Eble JN, Sauter G, Epstein JI, Sesterhenn IA, eds. World Health Organization classification of tumors: pathology and genetics of tumors of the urinary system and male genital organs. Lyon, France: IARC, 2004 [2] Tamboli P, Ro JY, Amin MB, Ligato S, Ayala AG. Benign tumors and tumor-like lesions of the adult kidney. II. Benign mesenchymal and mixed neoplasms, and tumor-like lesions. Adv Anat Pathol 2000; 7(1):47–66 http://dx.doi.org/10.1097/00125480-200007010-00007 [3] IC Chang, MY Jang, KB Tsai, TJ Hsieh. Huge renal lipoma with prominent hypervascular non

References Ponsaing LG, Kiss K, Hansen MB. Classification of submucosal tumors in the gastrointestinal tract. World J Gastroenterol. 2007;13(24):3311-15. Ghidirim G, Mishin I, Gutsu E, et al. Giant submucosal lipoma of the cecum: Report of a case and review of literature. Romanian J Gastroenterol. 2005;14(4):393-96. Boyce S, Khor YP. A colonic submucosal lipoma presenting with recurrent intestinal obstruction attacks. BMJ. 2009. http://casereports.bmj.com/content/2009/bcr.11.2008.1199.full Paskauskas S, Latkauskas T, Valeikaite G et al. Colonic intussusception

REFERENCES 1. Delman BN, Weissman JL., Som P.M. Skin and Soft-Tissue Lesions // In: Som P.M., Curtin HD, Head and Neck Imaging. 5 th ed. Elsevier Inc.: Mosby Inc.; 2011; 2679-2742 2. Han HH, Kim HS, Rhie JW, Moon SH. Intramuscular Lipoma-Induced Occipital Neuralgia on the Lesser Occipital Nerve. J Craniofac Surg, 2016; 27(4): 350-352 3. Kogure1 K, Yamazaki1 M, Tamaki1 T, Node1 Y, Morita A. Neck and Occipital Pain Caused by Deep Cervical Intramuscular Lipoma: A Surgical Case // J Nippon Med, 2017; 84: 96-99 4. Najaf Y, Cartier C, Favier V, Garrel R. Symptomatic

[1] Vilanova JC, Barcelo J, Villalon M, Aldoma J, Delgado E, Zapater I. MR imaging of lipoma arborescens and the associated lesions. Skeletal Radiol 2003; 32:504–509 http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00256-003-0654-9 [2] Ikushima K, Ueda T, Kudawara I, Yoshikawa H. Lipoma arborescens of the knee as a possible cause of osteoarthrosis. Orthopedics 2001; 24:603–605 [3] Yan CH, Wong JW, Yip DK. Bilateral knee lipoma arborescens: a case report. J Orthop Surg (Hong Kong) 2008; 16:107–110 [4] Cil A, Atay OA, Aydingoz U, Tetik O, Gedikoglu G, Doral MN. Bilateral lipoma

1 Introduction Lipoma are benign tumours composed of mature adipose tissue with no features of cellular atypia. They can occur in any place in the human body where adipose tissue is located [ 1 ]. They occur most commonly in persons ages 40 to 60. They are usually surrounded by a connective tissue capsule. When there is no capsule, fat cells penetrate into the surrounding tissue. Multiple foci are very rare and they usually co-exist with different syndromes and diseases (Madelung’s Disease and Gardner’s Syndrome) [ 2 ]. In most cases they are soft tissue tumours

228 Lipoma arborescens Man eröffnet in diesen Fällen das Kniegelenk wie zu einer Meniskusteilresektion und entfernt die vorstehenden Zotten des verdickten Fettkörpers oder die vorhandenen Bindegewebsstränge. Nach der Naht der Gelenkkapsel und der Haut wird ein Kompressionsverband für das Kniegelenk angelegt und das Bein auf einer 5rau/ischen Schiene gelagert. Am lO.Tag nach der Operation werden die Hautnähte entfernt, ein Zinkleimverband für den Unterschenkel und eine elastische Binde für das Kniegelenk angelegt. Mit diesem Verband kann der Patient

References 1. Egido-Moreno S, Lozano-Porras AB, Mishra S, Allegue- Allegue M, Marí-Roig A, López-López J. Intraoral lipomas: Review of literature and report of two clinical cases. J Clin Exp Dent, 2016;8:597-603. 2. Mehendirratta M, Jain K, Kumra M, Manjunatha BS. Lipoma of mandibular buccal vestibule: a case with histopathological literature review. BMJ Case Rep, 2016; 3. doi: 10.1136/bcr-2016-215586. 3. Roux M. On exostoses: There character. Am j Dent Sci, 1848;9:133-134. 4. Epivatianos A, Markopoulos AK, Papanayotou P. Benign tumors of adipose tissue of the

Craniospinal lipoma in infancy R. Kalff, V. Reinhardt, K. Roosen, W. Kocks, W. Castro Introduction Intradural spinal lipomas are rare and account for 1% of all intraspinal tumours [1, 3, 5, 13, 24, 25 — 27, 29]. They are mostly localized in the cervico-thoracal region [13]. They are considered malformation tumours [30] often combined with other deformations [2, 17, 28] or, in rare cases, with other kinds of tumours [6]. Obre [22] was the first to mention an intradural lipoma in 1851. In 1857 Johnson [21] described an intraspinal lipoma combined with

© Freund Publishing House Ltd., London Journal of Pediatric Endocrinology & Metabolism, 17, 1013-1015 (2004) Lipoma in the Thyroid? Silvia F. Leiva1, Daniel Navachia2, Nora Nigro1, Rurico Ibarra2 and Juan C. Cresto1"3 'Division of Pediatric Endocrinology and 2Pathology, Hospital de Nihos Pedro de Elizalde, 3Research Career of CONICET and GCBA, Buenos Aires, Argentina ABSTRACT We report a child with a nodular goiter and a lipoma in the thyroid gland. This association has not been previously described in children. Thyrolipoma and lipomatosis of the thyroid

[1] Rydholm A, Berg NO. Size, site and clinical incidence of lipoma: factors in the differential diagnosis of lipoma and sarcoma. Acta Orthop Scand 1983; 54: 929–934 http://dx.doi.org/10.3109/17453678308992936 [2] Davis C and Gruhn JG: Giant lipoma of the thigh. Arch Surg 1967; 95: 151–156 http://dx.doi.org/10.1001/archsurg.1967.01330130153030 [3] Harrington AC, Adnot J, Chesser R: Infiltrating lipomas of the upper extremities. J Dermatol Surg Oncol 1990; 16: 834–837 [4] Sanchez MR, Golomb FM, Moy JA, Potozkin JR: Giant lipoma: case report and review of the