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Familial Multiple Lipomatosis (DOID:9000797)
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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
lipoma +     
lipomatosis +     
adiposis dolorosa 
angiolipoma +  
axillary lipoma 
breast lipoma 
central nervous system lipoma +  
chest wall lipoma 
chondroid lipoma 
classic type lipoma 
CLOVES syndrome  
diffuse lipomatosis 
Encephalocraniocutaneous Lipomatosis  
endobronchial lipoma 
esophageal lipoma 
external auditory meatus lipoma 
extrahepatic bile duct lipoma 
Familial Multiple Lipomatosis 
A rare autosomal disorder characterized by numerous encapsulated lipomas on the trunk and extremities. The lipomas are usually not painful but can cause pain when growing. In rare cases, one lipoma can become painful and progress to multiple painful lipomas; it is then referred to as Dercum's Disease Type III
gallbladder lipoma 
Hapnes Boman Skeie Syndrome 
heart lipoma +  
infiltrating lipoma 
internal auditory canal lipoma 
kidney benign neoplasm +   
kidney lipoma 
large intestine lipoma +  
Lipoma of the Conjunctiva 
Lipomatous Hemangiopericytoma 
liver lipoma 
lumbosacral lipoma 
Median Cleft Lip, Corpus Callosum, Lipoma, and Skin Polyps 
mediastinal lipomatosis 
multiple symmetric lipomatosis +  
Nasopalpebral Lipoma Coloboma Syndrome  
Pancreatic Lipomatosis Duodenal Stenosis 
paratesticular lipoma +  
pelvic lipomatosis 
Pelvic Lipomatosis with Crossed Renal Ectopia 
Pierpont syndrome  
pleomorphic lipoma 
pleural lipoma 
Shwachman-Diamond syndrome  
skin lipoma 
spindle cell lipoma 
steroid lipomatosis 
tendon sheath lipoma 
thymus lipoma 

Exact Synonyms: Adiposis Dolorosa Type III ;   Dercum's Disease Type III ;   FML ;   Familial Multiple Lipoma ;   Familial Multiple Lipomas ;   Familial Multiple Lipomatoses ;   LIPO ;   Lipoma Dolorosa ;   multiple lipomatosis
Primary IDs: MESH:D000071070
Alternate IDs: OMIM:151900 ;   RDO:0009842 ;   RDO:0016072
Definition Sources: MESH:D000071070

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