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Lipomas are slow-growing, benign (non-cancerous) fatty tumors commonly found between the skin and the underlying muscle layer. They typically feel soft and doughy, and they can easily move under slight finger pressure. Lipomas are usually painless but may cause discomfort if they press against nearby nerves or blood vessels. Lipomas are the most common type of tumor that forms beneath the skin, occurring in about 1 in 1,000 individuals. They are often found in the upper body, arms, or thighs.

What are Fat Pockets? 

What Causes Fat Pockets?

The exact cause of lipomas is not clear. They tend to occur more frequently in middle-aged individuals and can run in families, suggesting a genetic predisposition. While lipomas may appear after an injury, it is uncertain whether trauma directly causes their formation.

What do fat pockets look like?

Lipomas typically present as small, soft lumps that are less than 2 inches wide. Some individuals may have multiple lipomas. When pressed, they feel doughy and move easily under the skin.


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