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Treatments For Angiolipoma
Can an angiolipoma of the brain cause nerve pain through out the body? What is the best treatment if surgical removal isn't an option?
Angiolipoma: An anginolipoma is a rare lesion and the normal treatment of choice is surgical removal as long as the neurosurgeon feels it can access in a reasonable fashion. This tumor would not likely be the cause of pain throughout the body, in most cases if there is pain it would be related to a specific region of the body, not a diffuse pain. ...Read more
Benign tumor: It is a benign lesion of the kidney usually composed of muscle, blood vessels, and fat. Sometimes, treatment is recommended when they are larger than 5 cm given a higher risk of bleeding. ...Read more
A urologist diagnosed me with urethral angiolipoma. I am 28 and this causes urethral obstruction. Should I have it removed or learn to live with it?
Tough problem: This is an unusual problem that needs proper assessment by an expert in urethral reconstruction. If it is just an angioma then laser has has used to ablate the abnormal blood vessel if on the other hand there is a solid component (as in angiolipoma) then excising this tissue should be strongly considered if it is causing any obstruction. Living with it is not a good idea. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have lumps thighs hips ribs belly. Bx from thigh shows angiolipoma. Could they all b this? Path not backr/t autoimmune? Seeing rheum. ?Ra vs lupus.
See below: Yes they can potentially be lipomas---some people can have several. ...Read more
An array.: Interventional pain management treatments is not limited to the spine, however the spine is a particular pain producing area. For example, for back pain sufferers, interventional pain management techniques can be particularly useful. In addition to a thorough medical history and physical examination, interventional pain management physicians have a wide array of treatments that can be used. ...Read more