Giuliano Enzi, MD; Raffaele Carraro, MD; Pietro Alfieri, MD; Luca Busetto, MD; Maura Digito, MBS; Mara Pavan, MD; Paolo Negrin, MD
Several different types of lipomatosis have been described: 1) multiple symmetric lipomatosis, characterized by a symmetric formation of fatty tumors (1, 2), associated with signs of a mediastinal location (3) and neuropathy; 2) pelvic lipomatosis, characterized by fat accumulation in the pelvic cavity with vescical and ureteral displacement, compression, and occlusion (4); 3) mediastino-abdominal lipomatosis, characterized by an intrathoracic and intra-abdominal accumulation of fat, mimicking a respiratory disease and ascites (5); 4) mediastinal lipomatosis, frequently associated with longterm steroid exposure (6); 5) renal sinus and perirenal lipomatosis, characterized by a tumorlike accumulation of fat in the renal and perirenal space
Enzi G, Carraro R, Alfieri P, Busetto L, Digito M, Pavan M, et al. Shoulder Girdle Lipomatosis. Ann Intern Med. 1992;117:749–750. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-117-9-749
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