Feeling kind of guilty for enjoying this type of videos? Don’t. You are not alone. Today we have for you another juicy pop! Now this is a good one trust us! After you see this you have no right to complain about a microscopic zit on your face that can go away in a few days.
You cannot compare anything to this woman’s suffering. It stings a little when popping a pimple right? Well, you can only imagine how painful this might be!
This time, Dr. Pimple Popper takes on a humdinger of a lipoma on a young woman’s upper back. Watch it in reverse, and it’s like she’s stuffing a turkey with fat! Brace yourself for what you’re about to see!
A lipoma is a benign tumor composed of adipose tissue (body fat). It is the most common benign form of soft tissue tumor. Lipomas are soft to the touch, usually movable, and are generally painless. Many lipomas are small (under one centimeter diameter) but can enlarge to sizes greater than six centimeters.
The tendency to develop a lipoma is not necessarily hereditary, although hereditary conditions such as familial multiple lipomatosis might include lipoma development. Genetic studies in mice have shown a correlation between the HMG I-C gene (previously identified as a gene related to obesity) and lipoma development. These studies support prior epidemiologic data in humans showing a correlation between HMG I-C and mesenchymal tumors.
Cases have been reported where minor injuries are alleged to have triggered the growth of a lipoma, called “post-traumatic lipomas.” However, the link between trauma and the development of lipomas is controversial.