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Colonic lipomas are low-risk lesions that require endoscopic or surgical management depending on their size and symptoms. However, diagnosing a lipomatous lesion in the colon is a difficult task, as the clinical or imaging findings point to a low prevalence of these lesions and a higher frequency in the female sex. The laparoscopic approach is the current method of choice as it represents fewer traumas and, therefore, a faster clinical recovery.Case presentation: 43-year-old female patient,doi:10.15446/cr.v5n2.77647 fatcat:nio7h5u6wzf6nmtzf2o5b2ywsi