Lipomatosis and Marijuana Information: Treat Lipomatosis With Cannabis

A lipoma is a knot of fatty tissue that is usually found just below the skin (subcutaneous). Lipomas can occur almost anywhere on the body, but are most commonly found on the trunk, shoulders, neck, and armpits. Lipomas can rarely form in muscles and internal organs.

A lipoma can be described as a rubbery bulge that feels like it can move. Lipomas tend to grow slowly, often over a period of months or years.

A lipoma is nearly always benign, meaning it is not cancerous and will not develop into cancer.

Lipomas rarely cause pain, and so most people have no symptoms. However, a person with a lipoma can have some pain if the lipoma presses on the nerves or has some blood vessels running through it.

Clinical Information Related to Lipomatosis and Medical Marijuana

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