What is a Lipoma?
a lipoma is a soft fat benign tumor. they’re usually harmless. They are very common, occuring in about 1 person in 1,000
Appeareance of Lipoma (see pictures below):
They usually appear under the skin, and the overlying skin is normal. they appear as small, soft lumps. They may feel doughy. they will slide under the skin easily with finger pressure. They are normally painless, but occasionally run next to nerves and can be bothersome.
Surgery For lipoma
Surgery Example Lipoma Removal: