Palmar Lipoma

Sajad Ahmad Salati


Lipoma is the most common soft tissue tumor arising from mesenchymal cells. But lipomas are rarely found in hands. A 21-year-old presented with small sized left palmar lipoma located along the thenar crease in sub-facial plane. Tumor was excised completely and no recurrence was noted after three years of follow up.


Lipoma, palmar fascia, excision, thenar crease, mesenchymal cells

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