Lipomatosis


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lipomatosis

[lī‚pō·mə′tō·səs]
(medicine)
Multiple lipomas.
Obesity.

Lipomatosis

 

the excessive deposition of fat in fatty tissue (usually subcutaneous). In some cases the fat is deposited uniformly; in others, there is segmental adiposis of the upper, middle, or lower part of the body. Treatment depends both on the form of lipomatosis and on the causes.

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MR allows the diagnosis of spinal epidural lipomatosis. However, in our case, L5-S1 slide in standing radiographs was suspected and axial and sagittal CT images showed the presence of spondylolysis.
The diagnosis of mediastinal lipomatosis is generally made by observation of mediastinal enlargement on chest graphy and demonstration of intensity changes related to fat on CT or MR imaging.
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The histologic picture corresponds to sheets of hypocellular dense collagen, with interspersed mature fat, small vessels, and entrapped nerve fibers; since it is not composed of fibrocartilage, it resembles more of a fibrolipoma, lipomatosis, scar, or elastofibroma.
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