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Intramuscular Lipoma

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Intramuscular lipomas can be deep and large with an infiltrating growth pattern; hence, they are sometimes also referred to as infiltrating lipomas. They generally involve large muscles of the thigh, shoulder and upper arm in adults. They are slow-growing and painless. The image shows mature fat cells diffusely infiltrating skeletal muscle.

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