Journal of Clinical Case Reports

ISSN: 2165-7920

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Ana Statescu

Queen Alexandra Hospital, Porthsmouth, UK

  • Case Report   
    Giant Soft Arm Tumor: Clinic Images and Therapeutic Considerations
    Author(s): G Statescu, Maria Statescu*, A Scripcaru, AH Nedelcu and Ana Statescu

    Introduction: Lipoma can grow on any part of the body but it is often found on the neck, shoulders, upper limbs, as well as on the thigh. Lipoma is considered a benign growth or tumor of the adipose tissue. It does not have a known cause however it is likely related to a genetical issue in people with multiple lipomas. Materials and methods: We have chosen to detail the rare case of a 57 year-old man from personal case records. He presented for consultation with a large tumor formation located on the right arm posteriorly that progressively increased in size to an apparent diameter of about 30 cm over a period of 5 years.The local examination revealed a large lipoma of approximately 32-30-26 cm with uncertain clinical features of malignancy. Results: Local anaesthesia proved to be enough for the surgery to be succe.. Read More»
    DOI: 10.37421/2165-7920.2023.13.1564

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