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Hard lump under left side of collarbone and slightly to the left of sternum clavicular bone = what are possible causes of this? Thank you.

Hard lump under left side of collarbone and slightly to the left of sternum clavicular bone = what are possible causes of this?  Thank you.

If movable could B..: ...a lymph node. If firm & hard & not movable @ all U should have it examined & x-rayed, UrPCP Iis a good place 2 start, & if needed U can B referred 2 an ortho. ...Read more

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Besides breast cancer/lymphoma, what else causes a hard, immovable, non-tender lump under collarbone in area of infraclavicular node on left side? Thx

Besides breast cancer/lymphoma, what else causes a hard, immovable, non-tender lump under collarbone in area of infraclavicular node on left side? Thx

Many things: Infection, cyst, benign tumor, bruise/bleed; most lumps are not cancer, but masses that are cancer in general continue to grow with time. If you are over 40, I would recommend you should be having annual mammography, regardless of whether you have an infraclavicular mass. Pay attention to this mass, and you should try to see your physician regarding this. ...Read more

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I have a hard lump 2" below left clavicle. Concerned about what it could be. What type of dr should I be seeing? Haven't been to 1 in 3 yrs.

I have a hard lump 2" below left clavicle. Concerned about what it could be. What type of dr should I be seeing? Haven't been to 1 in 3 yrs.

How deep?: How deep in the lump? If it feels like it is more on the surface, you should see a dermatologist. If it feels deeper you should get a breast exam and a mammogram from your family practice doctor. If you need to discuss this in more detail or you want me to look at the lump, you can schedule a virtual visit with me. ...Read more

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Hard, painless lump on left clavicle, approx 2 cm or so. Could it be cancer?

Hard, painless lump on left clavicle, approx 2 cm or so. Could it be cancer?

Not likely, but: A cancer of the clavicle bone would be highly unlikely. However, there are lymph nodes located just behind the mid point of the clavicle that might be enlarged and mistaken for the bone itself. Enlargement here would be significant. If this painless lump has been present for years without change likely insignificant. If it's just been noticed more recently, or getting larger, have it examined . ...Read more

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What causes multiple small rock hard lumps on the clavicle areas and under the cheekbone with foamy urine?

What causes multiple small rock hard lumps on the clavicle areas and under the cheekbone with foamy urine?

FOAMY URINE HAS NO: Foamy urine has no meaning. So do not worry about that. Lumps may need a doctor to check them if they are getting bigger in size. ...Read more

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Golf ball size Lump above left clavicle. Does not hurt. Appeared about a week ago. Should I be concerned? Picture of lump is my Pro pic!

Golf ball size Lump above left clavicle. Does not hurt. Appeared about a week ago. Should I be concerned? Picture of lump is my Pro pic!

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What could a painful, hard, non movable lump on 9 month old sons left clavicle area be?? When X-ray shows normal 2 times??

What could a painful, hard, non movable lump on 9 month old sons left clavicle area be?? When X-ray shows normal 2 times??

Lump: It is probably an enlarged lymph node and likely benign. It could be a cyst of some kind, but thats less likely. Why was it xrayed twice? See your pediatrician. The baby should be examined for other "lumps" particularly in both axillae, groin, and opposite neck area. I would check the baby's CBC to make sure the white count wasn't ominous. ...Read more