chondroid lipoma


chondroid lipoma
an uncommon benign fatty neoplasm occurring as a well-circumscribed, yellow, sometimes encapsulated, slowly growing mass, typically affecting middle-aged adults, usually women, and most often involving the proximal limbs or the limb girdles; it is characterized by a lobular growth pattern and has large vacuolated cells resembling lipoblasts.

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