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Swelling in Stomach
Small hyperechoic lesion of size 6×5 mm is seen in the upper anterior abdominal wall at the site of swelling, suspicious for lipoma. Ultrasound Findings reveal small hyperechoic lesion of size 6×5 mm the upper anterior abdominal wall at the site of swelling, suspicious for lipoma
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Hello there. Consult a surgeon. Get a FNAC of the swelling done. If it comes as lipoma in the FNAC report, you can get it removed. Removal of lipoma is a very small operation no problem at all. Regards
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