Angiolipoma


What is Angiolipoma? Angiolipoma is a subcutaneous benign tumor that mainly consists of fatty tissue and blood vessels. It belongs to a group of benign tumors called lipomas. In some cases angiolipoma can be present in muscle tissue. This benign Read more The post Angiolipoma appeared first on CancerWall.com.
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Fibroid Tumor


What is fibroid tumor? Fibroid tumor or also known as uterine leiomyoma is a benign tumor of the uterus. These tumors result from overgrowth of smooth muscle in the uterus. In rare cases, benign leiomyoma can become malignant causing uterine Read more The post Fibroid Tumor appeared first on CancerWall.com.
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Intraductal Papilloma


What is Intraductal Papilloma? An intraductal papilloma is an example of a benign breast tumor. It usually develop along with degenerative changes of the breast and is commonly seen in women who are over 40 years of age [1, 2]. The Read more The post Intraductal Papilloma appeared first on CancerWall.com.
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