atypical lipomatous tumour

Atypical lipomatous tumour (ALT)

What is an atypical lipomatous tumour? An atypical lipomatous tumour (ALT) is a type of cancer made up of fat. It is part of a group of cancers called sarcomas. Atypical lipomatous tumours can start anywhere in the body but the most common location for this tumour is the abdomen. Another name for this tumour …
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Well differentiated liposarcoma

What is a well-differentiated liposarcoma? Well-differentiated liposarcoma is a type of cancer made up of adipose tissue (fat). It is a slow-growing tumour that can start almost anywhere in the body.¬†Another name for this tumour is an atypical lipomatous tumour. What is the difference between a well-differentiated liposarcoma and an atypical lipomatous tumour? Well-differentiated liposarcoma …
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