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Lipogranulomatosis: Introduction

Lipogranulomatosis: A condition where abnormal lipid metabolism results in the development of yellow liquid-filled nodules in the skin and mucosal linings. The tissue surrounding the nodules can become inflamed as a result of these abnormal deposits. Symptoms are variable depending on the number and location of the nodules. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Lipogranulomatosis is available below.

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