A 37-year-old female asked:
I have a large lump on my thigh, a couple of inches above the knee. it's hard, painless and doesn't move, there was no injury. should i be concerned?
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Internal Medicine 63 years experience
Exam needed: A physician should examine this mass for you for diagnosis as bone tumors do occur in the knee region. Benign growths like a lipoma are usually soft and movable. Appropriate tests like an xray will be ordered depending upon clinical findings.
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