Histopathology of a Soft Tissue Lipoma

For those of you that would like to get scientific about lipoma and look into exactly what a lipoma looks like under a microscope, here is a great video showing just what a lipoma looks like. A lipoma is basically a lump of fat (adipose tissue) that is encapsulated by a fibrous capsule. Due to the presence of this fibrous capsule, a lipoma can be referred to as a “fatty tumor” which for-fills the definition of a tumor which is: “A swelling of a part of the body, generally without inflammation, caused by an abnormal growth of tissue, whether benign or malignant.”

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