lipoblastoma


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lipoblastoma

[lip·ə·bla′stō·mə]
(medicine)
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Other possible diagnoses like lipoblastoma, lymphangioma, liposarcoma or lymphangiolipoma should be considered.
Lipoma variants are also described, such as fibrolipoma, osteolipoma, chondroid lipoma, intramuscular lipoma, pleomorphic lipoma, and lipoblastoma. They can be distinguished by clinical findings, radiological findings, and microscopic appearance from simple lipomas.
Incidentally, the pulmonary mass was found to be a lipoblastoma.
Component with multiple septate within, suggestive of lipoblastoma. The lesion was beneath the pectolaris major muscle which was stretched and thin.
(11) Differentials of fat-containing mediastinal lesions are lipoma, liposarcoma, mediastinal lipomatosis, teratoma, diaphragmatic hernias, extramedullary erythropoiesis, lipoid pneumonia, lipoblastoma and cardiac liposarcomas.
The biopsy revealed "some type of fatty tumor and might possible [sic] represent a hemartoma [sic] versus a lipoblastoma." There were no indications of malignancy in the biopsy test results..
Lipoblastoma is extremely rare and mainly occurs in children younger than 3 years old.
One needs to distinguish, for example, vascular malformations from vascular tumors, lipoblastoma from liposarcoma, and mesoblastic nephroma from clear cell sarcoma of the kidney.
Two young girls with lipoblastoma and a review of the literature Pediatr Dermatol 2006; 23: 152-156.