A rare slow-growing tumor that tends to occur mainly in deep in the thigh or in the retroperitoneum (space between the abdominal organs and the back of the abdominal space). Symptoms are determined by the size and location of the tumor. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Lipomatous hemangiopericytoma is available below.
Thigh lump Abdominal mass Abdominal symptoms Breathing problems Asymptomatic in early stages
Belching (74 causes) Flatulence (110 causes) Diarrhea (1465 causes) Abdominal cramps (243 causes) Abdominal rigidity (47 causes) Abdominal hyperresonance (3 causes) Visible peristalsis (6 causes)
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