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Can Lupus Cause Supraclavicular Nodes Along The Collar Bone
Not common: There was a report of supraclavicular nodes in a 28 years old patient in 2010, but to my knowledge there are no more reported cases. ...Read more
Bone is a living growing tissue made mostly of collagen (protein that provides soft framework) & the mineral calcium phosphate that adds strength & hardens the framework. Two types of bone are found in the body; cortical (dense compact outer layer) & trabecular (makes up inner layer, ...Read more
Just above: Just above the collar bone, in the soft spot just above the bone. ...Read more
I can palpate my 2 supraclavicular lymph nodes. They aprx. 1.2 cm above my collar bone. They are small and rubbery. Is it normal?
Merits evaluation: Although lymph nodes above the clavicles are usually not prominent enough to be felt, they are not necessarily abnormal. However, a careful exam, possibly including chest X-rays, would be appropriate. Disease in the head and neck, throat, lungs and blood can cause enlarged supraclavicular lymph nodes. Disease can include cancer, infections and autoimmune disease. ...Read more
Not sure if I have a palpable supraclavicular lymph node or not. Should be able to feel tissue and tendons deep in hollow above collar bone?
Probably normal: People can easily feel muscles, tendons, and other irregularities if they try, this site or elsewhere. Anything you have to work hard to decide if it's abnormal probably is not. Repeated poking can cause tenderness and swelling -- and what was previously normal becomes nonspecifically inflamed and that much harder to diagnose. If you remain concerned, see a doctor. In the meantime, hands off. ...Read more
Angioedema: Tissue swelling is called edema. If it is due to leaky blood vessels, it is called angioedema. Allergic reactions commonly cause facial swelling because of how loosely these tissues are attached to the underlying muscles. Lips and eyes are the most common sites of all. See an allergist to evaluate suspected allergy problems if your pcp cannot provide you with answers. ...Read more
Sounds like an enl--:
Arged lymph node, from either an infection in the mouth, tonsils, tongue area; thyroid;
chest infections or lesions in the lung.
See your pcp to get evaluated with labs. Removal of the ln for biopsy would be the best way to get the correct diagnosis. ...Read more
Hard to say.: Any infection, scratch or irritation of the skin, or head and neck can cause the lymph nodes to enlarge. What matters is your other symptoms & how long the lymph node stays enlarged. Consider getting it checked now, so your doctor can check for the cause. When the cause is found and treated the lymph node goes down over the next several weeks. If it stays enlarged, other tests may need to be done ...Read more
What would cause small amt petichiae @ collar bone in a 2 yo? He rough houses w/ bros but other than that I'm clueless. He has cough and fair skin
Collar bone clicks/pops in and out on top sholder. Can that cause arm pain and back sholder pain? If I touch to of sholder I can push it in and out.
Yes: Yes, that potentially can be a painful condition. It sounds like you have instability in the joint between your clavicle and the tip of the shoulder called the acromion. Consider being seen. ...Read more
Plant juice, maybe: There are several things that could cause such a rash, especially if the rash is only on one side, not both sides. Shingles is a possibility. I'd expect clusters of small blisters to develop in that case. A contact rash from a plant or chemical, either alone or combined with sun exposure could cause this. Even bacterial infections, like impetigo or fungal infections, like ringworm, are possible. ...Read more
Depends: The answer depends upon where the tear occurred and it's severity; then there is always the referred pain component from the event... So I'll say yes. ...Read more
If there is a clear infection in the area the lymph nodes react and they can be also painful not just larger. Hopefully your are treated appropriately as when the infections subsides the lymph nodes will go down.
Keep and eye on the situation. ...Read more
While lifting weights, my collar bone/shoulder area suddenly started hurting really bad. What could have caused this?
Stress and strain: Lifting weights can cause stress and strain in the shoulder, especially where the collar bone (clavicle) connects to the wing bone (scapula) in an area called the acromioclavicular joint. If it hurts, stop the activity, put ice on it and rest for a few day before resuming activity. If it doesn't get better, an injection may help. Surgery is rarely required. ...Read more
Possibly: The rotator cuff is located beneath both the acromion and the clavicle. The body has a tough time deciding where the pain is because of the low density of nerve fibers and organs in the area. Therefore, rotator cuff pain can be across the back, in the clavicle or down the arm. You should get it checked out. ...Read more
My skin is uneven I am lighter in some places and darken e.g my collar bone area is lighter than my chest can overmastubation cause this?
NO CORRELATION: It's genetics.Get a more detailed answer ›
Tests were fine.
Recently been tired a lot.
Noticed tiny bumps on each collar bone, been getting aches/pain along shoulders/ collarbones. Anything?
Probably not: The aches and pains may well be strain due to activity. If the bumps spread or you start to have other problems, do discuss wit your medical provider. ...Read more
Several bug bite on back just behind shoulder. Large swollen lymph node on top of collar bone. Bites look to be better though. Cause?
Monitoring Centers: Lymphatic system absorbs/carries things too big to go into the arteries/veins like bacteria eaten by white cells and digested food. Lymph nodes "taste" the lymph for anything bad like bacteria/viruses/cancers, etc. When it detects a problem, it alerts the immune system and your body reacts. They enlarge in response to the inflammation they create when they react. They shrink when all is well. ...Read more
On my left side my underarm is swollen and under my collar bone on my left side hurts as well. What could cause this? And should I see my pcp
Left collar bone pain at the corner close to the central for 2 months. Have seen cardiologist. Labs and echo are all fine. What' d be other cause?
Musculoskeletal: Central clavicular pain could be due to inflammatory or traumatic pain in the joint between the sternum and clavicle; or the upper ribs and sternum; depending on the history associated with this pain. ...Read more
Numbness = nerves: Numbness is mostly caused by nerve problems, and in this case it is typically coming from the neck. Both sides means stenosis(narrowing) instead of herniated disc. Have your neck checked by orthopedic or neuro surgery. May need MRI or ncs/emg. Don't ignore. Constant symptoms are worse and may indicate tumor or infection. ...Read more
See below: This problem can only be solved by seeing your doctor and being evaluated face-to-face. After a thorough examination, your doctor should be able to tell you what's wrong and what to do about it. ...Read more
Over stress to area: Any area after exercise, beyond the usual muscle aching, usually means that the joints, muscles, or ligaments attached to that bone (clavicle, in this case), are being over stresses, or strained. There is something wrong, often with either the particular movement or the amount ow weight used for the exercise. Recommend a personal trainer at least for few sessions to do & learn proper exercise. ...Read more
Nonspecific: Unfortunately this is an extremely nonspecific description. A soft fatty lump may be a simple lipoma, which is benign and does not require treatment. If you have had prior fracture of the collar bone, you may be feeling a bony callus or a residual deformity from the fracture. If the lump is tender or has unusual coloration or has been rapidly changing in size, then you need evaluation. ...Read more
Shoulder pain: Any kind of uncommon pain should be evaluated by a physician. Please consult with an orthopedic surgeon that specializes in shoulders for an evaluation and treatment. ...Read more
Thyroid: There are many causes of swelling in the front of the neck. An enlarged thyroid, and enlarged lymph nodes are some causes. A visit to the doctor should help determine. ...Read more
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