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How To Remove Skin Nodules
Skin infection: Anything on the knife or on the skin can be tracked into the open wound and cause infection, especially if there wasn't appropriate hygiene practiced before. If there is redness/swelling/pain to the area, see your doctor. Common organisms would be strep and staph (including mrsa). ...Read more
Skin nodules: Skin nodules = palpable collection of tissue in skin. ...Read more
University: Make appointment with university dermatologist. They have access to many colleagues in the department and world wide. May be they can help. ...Read more
A dermatologist: A dermatologist may be able to diagnose these nodules based on appearance; if the appearance is not diagnostic, a skin biopsy can be done to make a definitive diagnosis. ...Read more
I have a skin nodules on my two sides of cheek. It may be visible from period to period and it may be painful and İt's size about chikpea. Please help?
See a doctor: You might have an infection, cyst, or other problem. Please see a doctor for an examination. Good luck. ...Read more
Skin nodules: There are many different kinds of skin nodules. Some are pimples and folliculitis and acne nodules. Acne medication could be used on those. However the majority of skin nodules are growths such as moles, dermatofibroma, seborrheic keratosis, or other malignant or benign neoplasm. See your dermatologist to evaluate the nodules and prescribe the appropriate therapy. ...Read more
No: But the will appear to do this because as they shrink, you see only the surface. Congratulations on your having the courage to take the no-nonsense medication that will give you a new complexion and probably make your life much better. ...Read more
I have had a couple of pink skin nodules on my right arm under my wrist area for awhile now(years). Not sure what they are scared it could be cancer.
All lymph sites swollen for about13 months as well as skin nodules, accompanied by bruising, hair loss, extreme weight loss, fatigue, itching mostly a?
Primary: what blood workup have you done. This seems to be going on for a while. Have you visited your primary doc?. With such a history, you need to be followed very closely by your primary doctor. I see that you've have certain procedures. what were the results. If your doctor has not discussed them with you, ask him/her to do so. Please visit them as soon as you can. ...Read more
There is a small white nodule at the back of my throat in the tonsil skin folds. I have tried to remove it with a toothpick as my doctor says its not ?
Tonsillolith: Try a water pick or a half-unbent paper clip ...Read more
Likely an infection: Could be hpv virus or molluscum contagiosum both are sexually transmitted. Would really need to see the lesions. Around the corona, it is normal to have 1 mm sized skin colored papules called pearly penile papules for which nothing needs to be done as these are not infectious. ...Read more
Small skin bumps: Skin is the outermost tissue on the body. A bump is an area of skin that is raised. A small skin bump is a small raised area on the skin ...Read more
Bumps: This can't be diagnosed with the information that is available. A history, physical examination & other studies may be needed to determine cause/causes. ...Read more
I don't. But...: With more information, perhaps we can figure this out. You could request a formal consultation where we could go over your symptoms more specifically, and you could even upload pictures of these bumps during the consult for direct review. ...Read more
Skin bump: Skin is the outermost layer of tissue covering the body. A bump is an area of skin that is raised . ...Read more
Fatty tumor: More likely benign fatty tumor.Get a more detailed answer ›