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5cm hard lump removed near elbow thought originally to be inflammatory. Sent to pathology, should I be worried. No one saying what it could be....

5cm hard lump removed near elbow thought originally to be inflammatory. Sent to pathology, should I be worried. No one saying what it could be....

Probably not: You'll have to wait for the report, but malignancy in this site is unusual. I'd be thinking of a rheumatoid nodule or something benign like a bursa, pilomatricoma or maybe nodular fasciitis. ...Read more

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Hard painful lump on my elbow it does not move?

Hard painful lump on my elbow it does not move?

Variable: Could be osteophyte/bone spur, calcification. ..Best to see ortho doc and get xr if indicated. ...Read more

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Bilateral lumps appeared on inside elbows above crease. No injury. Not hard. What could it be? Will have ultrasound soon. No blood draws/injury.

Bilateral lumps appeared on inside elbows above crease. No injury. Not hard. What could it be? Will have ultrasound soon. No blood draws/injury.

Elbow lumps: Lymph nodes reside just where you describe. These will swell when forearms or hands are irritated or inflamed. Is odd to have bilateral elbow node swelling. Are nodes swollen in axillae? ...Read more

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Whats this small pea sized hard lump on my arm near the elbow, what is it?

Whats this small pea sized hard lump on my arm near the elbow, what is it?

Lump: A lot more information is needed to answer this question. - is it painful -how long has it been there? -is it mobile? -has it grown in size? if so how rapidly? You should have it checked out by a local dermatologist or yor primary care doctor. ...Read more

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Small hard lump on elbow that does not move. Is apparent when elbow is bent, not felt when arm is straightened. Causes pain. ?

Small hard lump on elbow that does not move. Is apparent when elbow is bent, not felt when arm is straightened. Causes pain. ?

Bursitis?: You possibly have the inflammation of Olecranon bursa also called Olecranon Bursitis, which seemed to be chronic in your case, try not to lean on your elbows, protecting your elbows during sports activities with elbow pads, See your provider for an Xray and possible Anti inflammatory medications. ...Read more

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I have a hard lump under the skin above the elbow, have had it four years now but now I'm starting to get sharp pains in my elbow.

I have a hard lump under the skin above the elbow, have had it four years now but now I'm starting to get sharp pains in my elbow.

This needs a hands-: -on exam. Start with Ur PCP & get referred if needed. Not a usual place 4 a lyump node unless close 2 the elbow in the epichondylar area. Pain is not associated with them either. Could B an infected cyst, but that's just a guess U do need 2 B C-n. ...Read more

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Small lump forearm near elbow, not on elbow. Hit area hard a few weeks ago. No pain. Cancer possible?

Small lump forearm near elbow, not on elbow. Hit area hard a few weeks ago. No pain. Cancer possible?

Unlikely: Fat necrosis is one of the common causes of a nodule in the skin after trauma. Cancer usually does not develop within weeks, so that seems unlikely. Was it possible there was lump there before, and you only notice it now after the injury? Without an age, there are some other possibilities that could be seen: gout, arthritis, etc. ...Read more

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Ive had my 4th elbow surgery about 2 1/2 weeks ago all of a sudden ive noticed a 3 in long hard mass/lump my dr is 6hrs away what should i do?

Call the the surgeon: Your doctor has to know , first call your doctor , if needed you may have to go and see ...Read more

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I have a small lump/bump under skin near elbow on outer forearm. Its skin colour, feels softish (i think) and seems to disappear if i press on it hard?

I have a small lump/bump under skin near elbow on outer forearm. Its skin colour, feels softish (i think) and seems to disappear if i press on it hard?

Skin lump: Usually possibilities include a cyst, a lymph node, or a lipoma. However there are many other rarer possibilities. It is prudent to ask your doctor to evaluate the lesion. You should go promptly if the lesion is growing or changing. ...Read more

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I have a lump in my right arm to the left of my elbow its hard and hurts a lot what should I do no trama there is 4 of them total and there pretty big?

I have a lump in my right arm to the left of my elbow its hard and hurts a lot what should I do  no trama there is 4 of them total and there pretty big?

Arm Lump: Lumps under the skin can be caused by a number of conditions. Causes can include benign (harmless) cysts, lipomas (harmless fatty growths), and infections on the surface of the skin of the armpit. Lumps may be produced by enlarged lymph nodes. See your general surgeon for removal. ...Read more

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I have a lump on my right elbow.Its hard and not moving.The size just like small bean.Sometimes there a pain.I have no injury. Its just came out.Do i need to worry?Tnx

I have a lump on my right elbow.Its hard and not moving.The size just like small bean.Sometimes there a pain.I have no injury. Its just came out.Do i need to worry?Tnx

I : I am not sure that can be answered without having the lump evaluated. Just above the elbow there are supratrochlear lymph nodes. If you had a tiny cut or infection the lymph node could be draining the germs, dead white blood cells or other gunk, which caused the lymph node to be inflammed. If you had multiple swollen nodes over the body, that could be problematic. ...Read more

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Pea size hard lump under skins surface. Attached to the tissue or muscle? Doesn't hurt at all. Located at where my elbow is but on the inside part. Moves around when I rub it. Extremely scared!!

Pea size hard lump under skins surface. Attached to the tissue or muscle? Doesn't hurt at all. Located at where my elbow is but on the inside part. Moves around when I rub it. Extremely scared!!

Lymph node: Lymph nodes are found throughout the body. The most common ones that can be felt are both in the front and back of the neck, under the armpits and in the groin. One can also find them around the elbows. Any scratch, bite, or infection can make a particular lymph node draining that area, swell. If they continue to grow and persist over six weeks, they need to be evaluated by a physician. ...Read more