Exceptional manifestation of Madelung’s disease after liver transplantation
|Journal||Volume 85 - 2022|
|Issue||Fasc.1 - Case reports|
|Author(s)||A. Lentini 1, O. Ciccarelli 2, E. Bonaccorsi Riani 2, L. Coubeau 2, N. Revencu 3, G. Dahlqvist 4, B. Lengelé 1|
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(1) Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery division, Saint-Luc Academic Hospital, Brussels, Belgium
(2) Abdominal Transplantation and Surgery division, Saint-Luc Academic HospitalBrussels, Belgium
(3) Genetic division, Saint-Luc Academic Hospital, Brussels, Belgium
(4) Hepato-gastroenterology division, Saint-Luc Academic Hospital, Brussels, Belgium
Unlike simple obesity, Madelung’s disease (MD) is a rare disease characterized by symmetric accumulation of massive adipose tissue on the neck, the superior part of the trunk and limbs, leading to a pathognomonic cosmetic deformity. Here, we report an extremely rare case of MD associated with bilateral gynecomastia in a 61-year-old man, with a history of recent liver transplantation for alcoholic liver disease (ALD).
Keywords: Liver transplant, lipomatosis, alcohol abstinence.
|The authors declare that they have no conflict of interest.|
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