International Journal of Surgery and Surgical Research

International Journal of Surgery and Surgical Research


International Journal of Surgery and Surgical Research
International Journal of Surgery and Surgical Research
2022, Vol. 4, Issue 1
Unusual presentation of lipoma with multiple extensions and infiltration in to buccal mucosa–A case report

Vinesh U, Akhilesh Prathap, Nidhin R S

Lipomas are one among the common benign neoplasm of mesenchymal origin. They are composed of mature fatty tissue and are generally seen in subcutaneous tissue. They are more commonly seen superficially, but deep seated infiltrating lipomas are not uncommon. Approximately 20% of soft tissue lipomas are seen in head and neck area. Intraoral lipomas are rare and account for only about 1%‐4%. This article presents a case report of lipoma with multiple extensions and ingrowth in to buccal mucosa which is an unusual presentation in literature.
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Vinesh U, Akhilesh Prathap, Nidhin R S. Unusual presentation of lipoma with multiple extensions and infiltration in to buccal mucosa–A case report. International Journal of Surgery and Surgical Research, Volume 4, Issue 1, 2022, Pages 13-16
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