Woman grows boob-shaped tumour the size of bowling ball on her back for 10 years
Woman grows boob-shaped tumour the size of bowling ball on her back for 10 years
Woman grows boob-shaped tumour the size of bowling ball on her back for 10 years
Woman grows boob-shaped tumour the size of bowling ball on her back for 10 years
A woman has grown a tumour the size of a bowling ball on her back for more than 10 years. The 46-year-old woman arrived at a clinic in Dublin where medical experts inspected the 19 x 17cm boob-shaped growth. Dr Tunde Abdulsalam, who add the case study for a British Medical report, carried out an MRI scan over fears it could be cancerous. bmj.com

Doctors in Dublin inspected the 19 x 15cm growth and found it was a non-cancerous lipoma But tests acknowledge it was in fact a accessible lipoma – or a tumour of fatty tissue. Read more: It’s a snake-eat-snake world: Huge reptile devours even BIGGER rival in grisly fight to the death He elucidated the benign growth on the crucial side of her mid-back, which had grown in the last three years, was firm to the touch. bmj.com

The tumour of fatty tissue is accessible and much smaller in size than this one Dr Abdulsalam told MailOnline that it was the he had ever detect and most lipomas are much smaller at about 1cm in size. Read more: World’s biggest feet join creamy rabbit and creative ball-catching dog in the record books The report says they tend to occur more again and again in people aged between 40 and 60. bmj.com

Dr Tune Abdulsalam, who add the case study for the British Medical Journal, said it was the biggest he had ever seen He added that most case tend to have them removed sooner for logic, with breast implant being an option. The report said the woman was a , with a history of chronic antithetical airway Cancer She is now on a waiting list to have the tumour removed, bestow to reports. bmj.com

The woman was said to be a “heavy smoker” and is now on the list to have it removed