The mons pubis is a pad of fatty tissue that covers the pubic bone. Read on to learn more about the anatomy of the mons pubis, as well as the possible causes of pain or bumps in the area. The mons pubis is located over the pubic bone and the pubic symphysis joint. The pubic bone is one of the three parts of the hip bone. The pubic symphysis joint is where the pubic bones of the left and right hips join together.
A non-cancerous benign tumour of the vulva is a growth that does not spread metastasize to other parts of the body. Non-cancerous tumours are not usually life-threatening. They are typically removed with surgery and do not usually come back recur. A non-cancerous benign condition of the vulva is a change to vulvar cells, but it is not cancer.
The present study is a case report of vulvar lipoma. The vulva is a rare site for the development of lipomas, and the aim of the study is to determine if the current imaging modalities can diagnose lipomas correctly. A year-old patient presented with a painless, slowly progressive, oval, mobile and non-tender right vulvar mass compressing the vagina and totally covering the introitus. Both the ultrasonography and magnetic resonance imaging MRI exams suggested the diagnosis of lipoma.