A 27-year-old female asked:
I've had a swollen hard immovable lump at the right side bottom of my head (top of neck) for a good few years. no change in size. is this concerning?
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Dr. James Burnsanswered
Emergency Medicine 39 years experience
If you are certain: That this is not part of your skull then i would recommend your doctor evaluate this. Painless, hard, immobile subcutaneous masses should be examined and possibly biopsied.
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