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I have a hard mass on right side of thyroid (I believe) and large hard lump on left clavicle showed up 3 months ago. Are they correlated?
See Physician : Please schedule an appointment to see your internist right away to sort this out. ...Read more
Mushy lump at bottom side of neck at hollow area before clavicle. Ultra S. showed 0 other than nodules on thyroid. No big lymphs seen. More tests?
Painless large soft swelling above l clavicle for 4 mos. No palpable nodes there but 3 hard fixed nodes below l ear, normal size. Related? Thyroid ok.
I feel a pea lump on lower neck left side above clavicle. It seems to be getting smaller but not sure. Discover 10 days ago. I had. Thyroid cancer 2y?
Not to worry: I t may be just a lymp node that reacts with some inflammation within that area, and it is getting smaller.But you need to see your doctor for proper evaluation. You also need to follow up with your oncologist /or endo. Doc about your thyroid cancer regularly. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Painful lump above right clavicle, no infection per blood tests. Another lump beside thyroid-not painful. What should I do next?
Biopsy and ?Xray-u/s: Blood test may not be able to tell much, but a biopsy can. You may need a chest xray (possibly a ct of chest/neck as well) and likelly a thyroid ultrasound (u/s). You may need to biopsy of both lumps. Consult doc for further evaluation. Good luck and i wish you well. ...Read more
What does beam hardening artifact from patients clavicles, dense contrast in right subclavian vein. On a CT of my neck while checking my thyroid glan?
How to distinguish between spuraclavicular lymph nodes and lymph nodes at base of neck. Are spuraclavicular nodes 1-2 inch above clavicle?
By location: Supraclavicular (Not spuraclavicular) nodes are just above the clavicle. If you trace your finger from the base of your neck and right behind the clavicle going outwards towards the shoulder, you will feel a triangular space that ends when the clavicle bends backwards. Any lymph node in that area, will be Supraclavicular. Any lymph node at or above that base of neck is considered neck node. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it normal for my front neck vein on the left side to always show? This is recent shows whether sitting standing or lying down.right above clavicle
3 swollen node's for 5 years, 2 right side or neck, 1 left clavicle. Largest is 1cm, no further growth or addition nodes.
Should I be concerned?
Evaluate Neck: If you are not improving have your doctor order a cervical spine mri. Many times a herniated disc in the neck can cause arm pain especially if you have not improved with the medications and physical therapy. If it is a herniated disc you may need evaluation from a spine specialist to determine what other options might be needed (injections, surgery, etc) to help reduce pain. ...Read more
I have a pain somehow like pressure on my anterior part of neck down to clavicle only left side this is first time whats my condition ??
I have been having a strange pain on the right side of my clavicle and neck area as well as the armpit area. What could be causing this?
I have a single hard lymph node in the side of my neck just above the clavicle I have a single hard lymph node in the side of my neck just above the clavicle it's not painful and it has the same size of a single grain of peas it has been there for about a
Enlarged : Enlarged lymph nodes or "lymphadenopathy" are very common. Lymph nodes are part of the immune system and enlarge with white blood cells to fight off infections when they detect a foriegn substance such as a virus or bacteria. (ever notice lumps in your neck with a sore throat?) usually these nodes shrink back down to normal size a few weeks after the infection is over, but can sometimes stay enlarged. No one is quite sure why this happens, but it's usually harmless. Other illnesses such as autoimmune disease or cancer can cause enlarged lymph nodes, but often multiple nodes are involved, they can get very large, keep growing instead of shrinking and are associated with other symptoms such as fever, chills, weight loss, rash, etc. Presuming that you have no other symptoms besides this noticeable but unchanging node, odds of it being anything dangerous are extremely low. Reasons to see your doctor would include an enlarging node, more noticeable nodes appearing, any other signs of illness or if it concerns you and you just want it checked out. ...Read more
The base of my neck where the sternocliedomastoid connects to clavicle area hurts to the touch. What could be the cause?
Muscle pain: The most likely cause is a muscle strain. The sternocleidomastoid functions in neck rotation, so a strain can result from overuse of the neck muscles or abnormal neck positioning. Another cause could be infection of the overlying skin and or muscle itself. This would be associated with redness and warmth in the area. Treat initially with ice, anti-inflammatories, rest. See a doctor if not better ...Read more
Occasional pain, ~2 seconds long each time, behind my right clavicle and up neck. Middle of last night, then again this evening. No other pain.
Unsure, see dr to ck: You don't state what might have brought it on, or if nothing particular did.Occasional pain of 2 seconds is not the issue.The issue is whether or not you may be at cardiac risk or not, as young women present with heart attack symptoms differently than men, and can have subtle findings, like slight jaw pain, pain on the right side, and not the left, and often sent home from er. Double check w/ur dr. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What causes fluid retention in the space between the clavicle and neck? My endo says its fat but it comes & goes. I'm 127# and 5'4". Ddx?
I agree with your: Endocrinologist. You have ideal body weight and if u have no other issues such as hypertension, diabetes and elevated lipids, this fatty tissue is benign. This is not fluid and this area is not a common location for fluid collection. People with cushing's (elevated adrenal steroids) develop 'buffalo hump' where swelling is in the upper back of the area you're describing. Take care! ...Read more