Definition of Lipomas

1. Noun. (plural of lipoma) ¹



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Definition of Lipomas

1. lipoma [n] - See also: lipoma

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lipomas

lipolitic
lipolyses
lipolysis
lipolytic
lipolyze
lipoma
lipoma annulare colli
lipoma arborescens
lipoma capsulare
lipoma cavernosum
lipoma fibrosum
lipoma myxomatodes
lipoma ossificans
lipoma petrificans
lipoma sarcomatodes
lipomas (current term)
lipomata
lipomatoid
lipomatosis
lipomatosis neurotica
lipomatous
lipomatous hypertrophy
lipomatous infiltration
lipomatous polyp
lipomelanic reticulosis
lipomeningocele
lipometer
lipometers
lipometry
lipomodulin

Literary usage of Lipomas

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1. Neoplastic Diseases: A Treatise on Tumors by James Ewing (1922)
"The occurrence of multiple symmetrical lipomas has suggested to many a ... Alsberg found several neurofibromas with many lipomas in the same case and he ..."

2. The Structural lesions of the skin: Their Pathology and Treatment by Howard Franklin Damon (1869)
"Traumatism occasionally gives rise to these fatty tumors, and influences their growth. lipomas also vary in size, prominence, and situation. ..."

3. Tumours, innocent and malignant: Their Clinical Features and Appropriate by John Bland-Sutton (1911)
"Submucous lipomas.—Fat exists in submucous tissue in many situations, and, like that in the subcutaneous tissue, is not infrequently the source of lipomas. ..."

4. Atlas and Epitome of Abdominal Hernias by Georg Sultan (1902)
"The lipomas vary in size from that of a pea to that of a hen's egg, ... The fissure in the linea alba through which the lipomas protrude is almost always ..."

5. The Breast: its anomalies, its diseases, and their treatment by John Blair Deaver, Joseph McFarland (1917)
"There seem to be no studies of lipomas in emaciating subjects, ... It is stated in some textbooks that lipomas continue to grow regardless.of the health or ..."

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