• In a new YouTube video, Dr. Pimple Popper removes a back lipoma precariously placed right under a patients neck.
  • The lipoma comes out in clumps that resembles General Tso's chicken, according to Dr. Lee.
  • A lipoma is a fatty noncancerous growth that grows between the skin and muscle.

In a new YouTube video, Dr. Pimple Popper aka dermatologist and TLC host Dr. Sandra Lee, MD removes a back lipoma precariously placed right under a patients neck. The fatty growth may just remind you of the Chinese takeout still festering in your fridge.

In the clip, Dr. Lee cuts through the patients thick back skin, digging deep to reach the lipoma. She then uses surgical tools and her fingers to pluck out pieces of the lipoma carefully. The lipoma clumps end up looking like Chinese chicken with the same lumpy, juice appearance. Hows that for takeout?

After the removal, Dr. Lee is able to expertly stitch the patients incision up in mere minutes, which should leave behind a barely noticeable scar. With the procedure over, its time to inspect the contents.

Its like General Tsos chicken, Dr. Lee tells the patient as she shows him and his wife the mass.

We were going to go to Popeyes for lunch, the patients wife tells Dr. Lee, laughing. Well, it looks like you may want to change those plans.

A lipoma is a fatty noncancerous growth that grows between the skin and muscle, and is usually a yellowish-orange color.

Watch the lumpy, clumpy removal belowand avoid Chinese takeout tonight: