lipoblastoma


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lipoblastoma

[lip·ə·bla′stō·mə]
(medicine)
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Lipoblastoma is extremely rare and mainly occurs in children younger than 3 years old.
11) Differentials of fat-containing mediastinal lesions are lipoma, liposarcoma, mediastinal lipomatosis, teratoma, diaphragmatic hernias, extramedullary erythropoiesis, lipoid pneumonia, lipoblastoma and cardiac liposarcomas.
One needs to distinguish, for example, vascular malformations from vascular tumors, lipoblastoma from liposarcoma, and mesoblastic nephroma from clear cell sarcoma of the kidney.
The biopsy revealed "some type of fatty tumor and might possible [sic] represent a hemartoma [sic] versus a lipoblastoma.
Lipoma histopatolojik olarak lipoma, angiolipoma, spindle hucreli lipoma, pleomorfik lipoma, benign lipoblastoma ve angiomyolipoma olarak siniflandirilabilirler [3].
Histopathology was consistent with intramuscular lipoblastoma.
Lipoblastoma is a rare tumor composed of fetalembryonal fat that occurs exclusively in infants and children.
5) Histologically the well-circumscribed and encapsulated features of lipoblastoma differentiate it from the multicentric and infiltrative nature of lipoblastomatosis.
This histopathologic picture was consistent with the diagnosis of lipoblastoma.
Lipoblastoma is a rare benign tumor that occurs primarily in children younger than 3 years of age.
Site Telepathology 1 Cervix (biopsy) Undifferentiated carcinoma 2 Cervix (biopsy) Invasive SCC G3 (necrotic biopsy) 3 Cervix (biopsy) CIN3 4 Cervix (biopsy) In situ SCC 5 Cervix (biopsy) Condyloma 6 Cervix (biopsy) Condyloma 7 Cervix (biopsy) Condyloma 8 Cervix (biopsy) CIN1 + HPV 9 Cervix (biopsy) CIN1 + HPV 10 Cervix (biopsy) CIN1 + HPV 11 Cervix (biopsy) CIN2 + HPV 12 Cervix (cone) CIN3 + HPV 13 Vulva (biopsy) Condyloma 14 Skin Benign vascular neoplasia 15 Skin Granulation tissue 16 Skin Kaposi sarcoma 17 Skin Tyloma (callus) 18 Skin/soft tissues Elastofibroma 19 Skin Benign vascular neoplasia 20 Skin/soft tissues Lipoblastoma 21 Skin Suggestive of SCC (fragments) 22 Skin/soft tissues Low-grade sarcoma (leiomyosarcoma?
3] According to Fugemann, the benign lipomatous tumors of this region can be further subclassified as solitary or multiple classic lipomas; infiltrating or intramuscular lipomas; hibernomas; lipoblastomas (socalled fetal lipomas); and diffuse lipomas in children.