I am a long time VASER user and I REALLY hate to let you down but "Lipo selection" is just a marketing term by Sound Surgical, the producers of VASER, to distinguish their process of liposuction from that which is not preceded by VASER (ultrasound fat busting) treatment.
To answer your question directly, it sounds like you have a lipomatosis disorder (?Multiple symmetric lipomatosis, cephalothoracic lipodystrophy, the Launois-Bensaude syndrome, Madelung disease, Familial multiple lipomatosis,Barraquer–Simons syndrome (or acquired partial lipodystrophy), Bannayan-Riley-Ruvalcaba syndrome (BRRS), Lipomatosis Dolorosa or Dercum's Syndrome). As such lipomas will continue developing and to maintain cosmesis, will need to be removed when relatively small and require shorter surgical scars.
THE VASER will be able to break up the fat cells and plane down / "sand" if you will these patty tumors with ultrasonic vibrations allowing the surgeon to liposuction the fatty fluid off. This will NOT get you tissue that could be examined by a pathologist, if this is a consideration AND will assure that the liposuctioned lipomas can come back (recur) quicker than had they been excised completely surgically. BUT - a single incision can reach multiple lipomas and result in nicer cosmetic results BETWEEN recurrences.
Dr. P. Aldea