Multiple Lipoma: Causes, Effect, Surgery, Recovery and How to Control
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- As you grow up, you start developing multiple small nodules all over body?
- Are you facing difficulty in wearing half-sleeve clothes?
- Are you losing confidence and start avoiding swimming or socializing?
- Okay, multiple lipomas is your concern and you want to know more about this problem!
A lipoma is a benign tumour of fat and thinly encapsulated. It appears as slow-growing bumps of subcutaneous fat. Usually, they do not respond to changes in body fat fluctuations.
The advancement in the liposuction technique with vaser and Powerex helps in removing the bump with a very less number of tiny punctures. It gives practical scarless results and accelerates recovery.
What is Multiple Lipoma
Lipomas are soft tissue deposits of fatty material that grow under the skin, causing round or oval, smooth lumps. It is 2 or 3 cm in size and non-tender; they are normally soft and doughy or rubbery with touching and rarely feel hard, which rarely gives pain if pressed.
Multiple lipomas are common in areas like forearms, torso, and back of the neck. But, it can develop in any organ of the body part.
It has been reported that it occurs in 2.1 per 1,000 people. Although most lipomas are sporadic, some do have an inherited. Familial multiple lipomatosis is passed as an autosomal dominant gene and a family history of lipomas will be present. Some people have only one, whereas others develop many lipomas. Single Lipoma is common in women, whereas multiple lipomas are common in men.