Diagnosis Of Lipoma

Lipoma is diagnosed by a physical examination, biopsy, X-ray, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), or a computed tomography (CT) scan. Lipoma is usually smooth, devoid of pain, and moves effortlessly as it comprises fat tissues. Although physical appearance is sufficient to diagnose a lipoma, other imaging tests rule out malignant conditions like a liposarcoma.

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Is there any homeopathic cure for lipoma?

Query: Dear doctor, Is there a homeopathic cure available for lipomas? What are the treatment options available in homeopathy for lipomas?  Read Full »


Dr. Noela David Andrew David

Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. Lipomas are essentially non-malignant and non-dangerouscollection of soft fatty tissues. Homeopathy has no medicines to cure lipoma. However, homeopathic scope in lipoma aims at reducing the size, pain if any, and can control new growths. Also,homeopathic medicines ca...  Read Full »

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