Lipofibromas of the median nerve: long-term follow-up of four cases

D S Louis, F M Hankin, T L Greene, H M Dick
Journal of Hand Surgery 1985, 10 (3): 403-8
Four cases of lipofibromatous infiltration of the median nerve with long-term follow-up (average 11 years) are reported. Progressive compromise of median nerve function has been noted. Initial treatment considerations should be directed toward biopsy and alleviation of the compression neuropathy. The role of microsurgical debulking procedures remains unclear at this time.

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