Lipoma Removal Surgery
“A beautiful body has a beautiful mind so be beautiful without a single drawback”
- Are you experiencing a small, rounded, lobulated, and movable fatty tissue development against the overlying skin?
- Does your daily work affect with these tissue development ads it causes a disfiguring in your physical appearance?
- Are you feeling self-conscious due to lipoma growth and needs a cosmetic solution?
If the aforesaid points are your concern, it is required to have the lipoma removal surgery with the expert plastic & cosmetic surgeon. Don’t late and schedule a consultation with your surgeon because it may be a painful and ranges in size from a few millimeters to a few centimeters and originated from the follicular infundibulum.
The Lipomas are benign soft tissue tumors that are majorly a cosmetic concern. They can also be painful and uncomfortable. They can grow into the deeper muscle, push on nerves and interfere with daily or physical activities.
Lipoma & Causes
Lipoma is the most common benign soft tissue tumor occurring in 1% of the population. They consist of mature fat cells and are typically enclosed by a thin fibrous capsule. Lipomas can occur on any part of the body and usually develop superficially in the subcutaneous tissue (under the skin). They are usually painless and are most often found on the upper back, shoulders, arms, buttocks, and upper thighs.
There is speculation that a benign fatty tumor is caused by previous trauma. One theory is that injuries can cause fat to protrude through tissue planes in the body, creating a “pseudo” lipoma. Another theory is that trauma causes the release of cytokines (a cytokine is a substance that is released by cells of the immune system. Cytokines can have powerful effects on other cells of the body). These cytokines may then cause abnormal growth of fat cells. However, to date, there is no proof that trauma causes lipoma. The causes of benign fatty tumors are still poorly understood.
While the exact cause of benign or adipose tumors remains uncertain, there has been found to be a genetic link to solitary lipomas. This was found on chromosome 12.