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Well differentiated liposarcoma

This article will help you read and understand your pathology report for well differentiated liposarcoma. by Bibianna Purgina, MD FRCPC, updated on November 19, 2019. Quick facts: Well differentiated liposarcoma is a cancer made up of fat. It can start anywhere in the body but the most common location is the abdomen. This tumour affects …
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Dedifferentiated liposarcoma

This article will help you read and understand your pathology report for dedifferentiated liposarcoma. by Bibianna Purgina, MD FRCPC, reviewed on November 21, 2018 Quick facts: Dedifferentiated liposarcoma is a type of cancer made at least partly from fat. Most tumours start off as a well differentiated liposarcoma before undergoing a process called dedifferentiation. Dedifferentiated …
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Intramuscular lipoma

This article will help you read and understand your pathology report for intramuscular lipoma. by Bibianna Purgina, MD FRCPC, updated on July 14, 2018. Quick facts: Intramuscular lipoma is a non-cancerous tumour made up of fat. The tumour starts and grows inside a muscle. Some tumours look and feel like a lump under the skin. …
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Lipoma

This article will help you read and understand your pathology report for lipoma. by Bibianna Purgina, MD FRCPC, updated on July 14, 2018. Quick facts: A lipoma is a non-cancerous tumour made up of fat. It is a very common type of tumour especially in older adults. Most lipomas are soft and look like a …
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