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i have a swollen vein, i think, on the palm of my left hand. started as a cramp, now is 1/8" round hard bump that hurts?

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Dr. John Goldman
Rheumatology 55 years experience
Need evaluation: We need to know where this lesion is located. It may not be a vein. Ask your physician to have you see a hand specialist

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