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Very few cases of giant fibrolipomas are listed in literature and there are none upon our review that list abscess and necrosis within the mass. Fibrolipomas represent a rare benign skin growth that typically are small in size (1). This is a rare case in which an ulcerated and infected mass caused early sepsis.
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