lipo-, lip-, -lipid, -lipoid, -lipoma, -lipomatous +

(Greek: fat, fatty)

lipogenic, lipogenetic, lipogenous
1. Forming, producing, or caused by fat; relating to lipogenesis.
2. Of or relating to the production of fat.
A nodule of lipoid material; a foreign body inflammation of adipose tissue containing granulation tissue and oil cysts.
lipohemarthrosis (s) (noun), lipohemarthroses (pl)
The presence of fat-containing blood in a joint that has an intra-articular fracture: Because Kent's leg had been crushed, there appeared to be some lipohemarthrosis in the joints which the doctor was monitoring to see if the blood was being absorbed normally.
An obsolete term for lipemia.
The disappearance, or loss, of stored fat from body tissue.
Hypertrophy of subcutaneous fat.
lipoid, lipoidal, lipoidic, lipoidous
1. Fatlike; resembling fat; adipoid.
2. The former name for lipid, et al.
Lipemia, The presence of an abnormally large amount of lipids in the circulating blood.
Any disturbance of fat metabolism.
The chemical decomposition or splitting up of fat; also, lipodieresis, lipodiretic, lipoclasis.
A reference to, characterized by, or causing lipolysis; also, lipoclastic.
A benign tumor of adipocytes (fat cells).

Lipomas are common in the skin and are found anywhere on the body. They may be surgically removed for cosmetic reasons.

Resembling a lipoma, frequently said of accumulations of adipose tissue that is not thought to be neoplastic.
A condition characterized by abnormal localized, or tumor-like, accumulations of fat in the tissues.
1. Affected with, or of the nature of, lipoma.
2. Pertaining to or manifesting the features of lipoma, or characterized by the presence of a lipoma (or lipomas).

Related fat-word units: adipo-; lard; obeso-; oleo-; omento-; pimelo-; pio-; sebo-; steato-.