A 16-year-old male asked:
What would a round bump on the back of my head be? it doesn't hurt. and has been there for some time now.
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Ophthalmology 25 years experience
Lipoma: Bumps on the back of the head can be due to: granuloma (ie, from ingrown hair or along suture line of skull); lipoma (fat bump); infection (not always painful, tender to touch); trauma (hematoma); an md can take a look if growing.
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Last updated Sep 25, 2013
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