Idiopathic localized lipodystrophy

What is Idiopathic localized lipodystrophy?

Idiopathic localized lipodystrophy is a rare, acquired, localized lipodystrophy characterized by asymptomatic, well-demarcated, depressed, lipoatrophic lesions of variable size, with normal overlying skin without antecedent inflammation or a known identifiable cause (autoimmune disease, drug injection, injury, etc).

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