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What are Tumors of the Subcutaneous, Connective, and Other Soft Tissues?

Description of the Disease

Tumors of the subcutaneous, connective, and other soft tissues are new growths that develop in various soft tissues of the body, such as muscles, fat tissue, connective tissues, and others. They can be benign (non-dangerous) or malignant (harmful to health).


  • Benign tumors: lipomas, fibromas, nevi, etc.
  • Malignant tumors: sarcomas, lymphomas, soft tissue cancer, etc.


Depending on the type of tumor, symptoms may include the formation of tissue thickening, pain, rapid enlargement of the tumor, and disruption of the function of the affected area of the body.


The causes of tumors can be diverse, including genetic predisposition, exposure to harmful environmental factors, injuries, infections, and others.


The diagnosis of tumors includes a clinical examination, as well as imaging diagnostic methods such as ultrasound, CT scan, MRI, biopsy, and others.


Treatment of tumors may include surgical removal, chemotherapy, radiation therapy, drug treatment, and other methods, depending on the type of tumor and its stage of development.


Prevention of tumors involves a healthy lifestyle, preventing exposure to harmful environmental factors, regular medical check-ups, and timely consultation with a doctor when suspicious growths are detected.


For the diagnosis and treatment of tumors, it is necessary to consult an oncologist or surgeon specializing in the treatment of tumors.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.