Giant Lipomas: A Series of 12 Consecutive Cases and a Giant Liposarcoma of the Thigh

  title={Giant Lipomas: A Series of 12 Consecutive Cases and a Giant Liposarcoma of the Thigh},
  author={A. Terzioğlu and D. Tuncali and A. Yuksel and F. Bingul and G{\"u}rcan Aslan},
  journal={Dermatologic Surgery},
  • A. Terzioğlu, D. Tuncali, +2 authors Gürcan Aslan
  • Published 2004
  • Medicine
  • Dermatologic Surgery
  • BACKGROUND The clinical presentation and character of giant lipomas create diagnostic problems because of their close relationship with other mesenchymal benign and malign tumors. It is therefore of primary importance for the clinician to be familiar with epidemiologic and anatomic attributes of these lesions. OBJECTIVE To evaluate and compare epidemiologic and clinical characteristics of giant lipomas operated in our clinic. METHODS Twelve giant lipomas and one giant liposarcoma are included… CONTINUE READING
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