Lipohypertrophy

Tissue build up ('fat pad') that develops when yopu inject many times into the same area

lipohypertrophy

buildup of fat below the surface of the skin, causing lumps. Lipohypertrophy may be caused by repeated injections of insulin in the same spot.
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lipohypertrophy

(lip″o-hi-pur´trә-fe) hypertrophy of subcutaneous fat. insulin lipohypertrophy localized hypertrophy of subcutaneous fat at insulin injection sites, caused by the lipogenic effect of insulin.
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lipohypertrophy

lipohypertrophy Hypertrophy of subcutaneous fat.
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Lipohypertrophy

Lipohypertrophy is a medical term that refers to a lump under the skin caused by accumulation of extra fat at the site of many subcutaneous injections of insulin. It may be unsightly, mildly painful, and may change the timing or completeness of insulin action. It is a common, minor, chronic complication of diabetes mellitus. Typical injection site...
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lipohypertrophy

buildup of fat below the surface of the skin, causing lumps. Lipohypertrophy may be caused by
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Lipohypertrophy

A medical word for a lump under the skin from an accumulation of fat at the site of many insulin injections. Scar tissue may also develop at the sites. It is generally seen when one repeatedly uses the same area for insulin injection or infusion. It happens most often in areas that are easiest to inject insulin or place infusion sets-on both sides ...
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