Subacromial-subdeltoid lipoma arborescens associated with a rotator cuff tear

Abstract

A 44-year-old man presented with lipoma arborescens of the right shoulder, associated with a rotator cuff tear. MRI revealed villous proliferations with signal intensity of fat on all pulse sequences. At surgery, this bursa was found to contain moderately yellow cloudy fluid without fat globules. Histological examination of the lesion showed subsynovial accumulation of mature fat cells.

DOI: 10.1007/s002560050517

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@article{Nisolle1999SubacromialsubdeltoidLA, title={Subacromial-subdeltoid lipoma arborescens associated with a rotator cuff tear}, author={J. F. Nisolle and E. Blouard and Vincent Baudrez and Yves Boutsen and P. De Cloedt and W. Esselinckx}, journal={Skeletal Radiology}, year={1999}, volume={28}, pages={283-285} }