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Fat tumors occur under the skin and muscles, usually on the neck, back, shoulders, arms, thighs, and other parts such as the intestines. Fat tumors are not malignant and are more common in adults of all genders and ages.
I don't know the exact cause. More likely if someone in the family has been This increases the risk of developing fatty tumors.
The early adipose tumors were painless and had a round shape and soft movements under the skin. and most do not feel If the pressure hurts, it may be pressed against a lot of nerves or blood vessels. There are different sizes but less than 3 inches. It is most common in the limbs, trunk and neck, and other parts such as the lungs, intestines, and chest. Symptoms depend on the location of the tumor.
From the history taking, physical examination or collecting a piece of meat to examine under a microscope
Fat tumors do not require treatment other than aesthetic concerns. surgically removed and not recurring after surgery Your doctor will check to make sure it's just a tumor and not a cyst or pustule.
Things to do
You should check to make sure that there are no lumps on your skin that it's not dangerous.
It should be noted that the size of the lump is growing fast or not.
Should inform the doctor if there is a lump that is painful, swollen, red, hot at the site of surgery.
Do not neglect the presence of lumps in different parts of the body.