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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
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.
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?
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
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
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?
Holding neck straight upward, there is a small lump approx. 1 inch above collarbone directly on top of sternomastoid. Thyroid or jugular lymph node?
Just a guess: If it's very superficial, likely neither. If directly deep to the muscle, it's probably a lymph node (unless your thyroid is very large). Dozens of nodes are present in the neck, and it can be normal to be able to feel a few. If it's new, enlarging, over about 1cm, firm, or if you have a history of cancer or are simply just concerned, it is never inappropriate to see a doctor (ent, etc.). ...Read more
Can enlarged thyroid cause the neck muscle on the left that runs from the ear to the collarbone to protrude/be more visible than the other sides muscl?
No, the: thyroid is much more central than the area you describe. If you have questions, ask your doctor for an examination. ...Read more