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CLINICAL HISTORY: Mass of axillary fold. SPECIMEN RECEIVED: Lipoma from axillary gland GROSS DESCRIPTION: The specimen is labeled with the patient's name and "lipoma from axillary fold"
intramuscular," which consists loosely encapsulated yellow tissue, 8 x 7.8 x 1.8 cm. Sectioning reveals homogenous yellow adipose tissue throughout. Representative sections in 4 cassettes. MICROSCOPIC DIAGNOSIS: Mature adipose tissue consistent with lipoma, axillary fold. CPT Code:__________ Answer
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