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Left axillary mass that has been there for 5 months looks black through the skin. Feels hard/rubbery and deep in tissue. What could the color mean?
Axillary mass: Please see your doctor as soon as possible. That mass needs a diagnosis. There are many things it could be, some not dangerous and some that are. ...Read more
Yellowish bruise like mark that appeared out of nowhere. Could it be melanoma? Also have axillary mass that looks black through skin for 5 mos.
Bruise : Sometimes a bruise is a bruise and will fade over a few weeks. Other times an area undergoing color changed could be cancerous . An axillary mass could be a cyst, an enlarged lymph node or even a skin cancer to name a few possibilities . . In any case, have a dermatologist evaluate any suspicious area. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Symptoms: left axillary mass for 5 months, itchy arms, pain in right should blade/between should blades, aching in right rib cage, fatigue, body aches?
See physician: Axillary mass present for 5 months is not normal, no matter what the other symptoms. The mass could represent chronic infection or tumor. Should have physical examination by physician and then usually imaging studies which may include ct, mr, and possibly bone scan or pet. ...Read more
Can us always diagnose suspicious mass in armpit? Area of left axillary looks black, feels hard/rubbery, burns, us was "normal". No other tests done.
I have an enlarged soft, formed mass about the size of a grapefruit in both axilla areas. Should I have them looked at?
Either: Local anesthesia, local with sedation, or general anesthesia. It depends on the size of the mass, the exact location, and patient/surgeon preference. Discuss it with your surgeon and come up with a plan you are comfortable with before the day of surgery. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I had a FNAC on enlarged axillary lymph node, Neg. CA. Biopsy showed , Fibroadipose tissue, and rare skeletal muscle fragments? U/S in Cpl. Mo.
I have an underarm mass 6 years ago and it increases in size during my first pregnancy and during lactation what could be this?
Possible breast tsu: When the breast tisssue matures, most of it's functional tissue is located in the primary breast area.However, some can stretch back toward the axilla on either or both sides.I remember one mom whose axillary masses on both sides were so uncomfortable, she quit breast feeding due the pressure and both masses shrunk. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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