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'''Xanthoma''' is a benign lesion due to the accumulation of lipid.
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'''Xanthoma''' is a benign lesion due to the accumulation of lipid. It may be seen in association with hyperlipidemia.
  
 
It can be seen in numerous sites.
 
It can be seen in numerous sites.

Revision as of 04:18, 17 April 2015

Xanthoma is a benign lesion due to the accumulation of lipid. It may be seen in association with hyperlipidemia.

It can be seen in numerous sites.

See also

References

  1. Hassouna, H.; Broome, JD.; Swalem, K.; Manikandan, R. (2014). "Xanthoma of the urinary bladder: a rare benign condition which may be mistaken for malignancy.". BMJ Case Rep 2014. doi:10.1136/bcr-2014-203836. PMID 24810457.
  2. Meng, FC.; Chao, TK.; Huang, HH. (2013). "Hepatic xanthoma associated with pasireotide administration: a first case report.". Intern Med 52 (19): 2219-23. PMID 24088755.
  3. Becheanu, G.; Dumbrava, M.; Arbanas, T.; Diculescu, M.; Hoyeau-Idrissi, N.; Fléjou, JF. (Dec 2011). "Esophageal xanthoma--report of two new cases and review of the literature.". J Gastrointestin Liver Dis 20 (4): 431-3. PMID 22187711.