Massive localised lymphoedema: clinical presentation and MR imaging characteristics
Skeletal radiology, Volume 40, Issue 5, 2011, Pages 647-652.
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Three morbidly obese women were referred to us with suspected soft-tissue sarcomas. All lesions arose from the medial subcutaneous tissues of the thigh, and were shown to represent massive localised lymphoedema (MLL), a rare condition occurring in morbidly obese adults. MR imaging typically demonstrates a sharply demarcated, pedunculated ...More
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