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How can I make sure that they are fat tumors ?

Hi, There are many tumors developing on my body. It seems that they are fat tumors. How can I make sure that they are fat tumors? are these dangerous? what is the treatment for them ?
Asked On : Tue, 16 Feb 2010
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fat tumors are also called lipoma. when the lipoma are multiple,it is caled lipomatosis. it can be confirmed by FNAC, a test in which a small needle will be pricked into one of those swellings and material aspirated will be examined under a microscope. not at all a serious problem except cosmetically. surgery is a treatment option but is reserved for only those swelling which are either interfering with your daily routine, or are painful/ prone to trauma or for cosmetic reason. unfortunately there is no treatment to stop them from increasing in size or number.
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Fat tumors, you mean to say that the ones called as Lipoma, if that is the case then you need not worry. I have read in many articles that it is not at all serious and does not have the tendency to turn into a cancer. Treatment I guess, it should be taken out with surgery. Just check it out with a doc.

Answered: Tue, 16 Feb 2010
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what to do to prevent for future? They are increasing as the time passed. It is dangerous to heart?
Answered: Tue, 26 Apr 2011
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