Familial angiolipomatosis is a rare genetic subcutaneous tissue disorder characterized by the presence of benign usually multiple subcutaneous tumors composed of adipose tissue and blood vessels typically manifesting as yellow firm circumscribed 1-4 cm in diameter tumors located in the arms legs and trunk with deep extension of the lesions between muscles tendons and joint capsules (without infiltration of these structures) in several members of a single family. Tumors may be tender or mildly painful when palpated and do not regress spontaneously.
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