Adrenal lipoma

An adrenal lipoma is an extremely rare macroscopic fat containing adrenal lesion. with only a handful of cases described in literature 1.

Like other lipomas elsehwre in the body, they are benign tumors of mesenchymal origin that contain mature fatty tissue and are surrounded by a fibrous capsule.

Appears as a well-circumscribed, homogeneous, fatty lesion with minimal or no soft-tissue attenuation / signal within the lesion.

For macroscopic fat containing adrenal lesions consider

 

 

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rID: 67787
Synonyms or Alternate Spellings:
  • Primary adrenal lipoma
  • Primary adrenal lipoma
  • Adrenal lipomata
  • Adrenal lipomas

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