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Lump On Spine
See MD: Lump needs to be evaluated by your doctor. Many causes and many different treatments depending on the cause. Since it is causing pain and affecting movement, please be evaluated right away. Best of health to you ...Read more
Have a sore small redish lump on spine/upper back area today but noticed it was sore about a week ago. Not sure what it could be.
I have lower back pain on left side radiating down my left leg I am now having pain and weakness in both legs and have lump on spine
Maybe: If you are referring to the where the neck joins the trunk, yes. The lowest bone in the neck (c7) has a prominent spinous process, a projection where muscles attach. It is normal to be able to feel its tip. C2 is also large; it can be felt in some folks; it is just below the back of the skull. ...Read more
Could be any of the: Following: 1: skin tissue elements: like a simple cyst, sebaceous cyst, fatty tumor, nerve tissue tumor, etc; 2: deeper soft tissues: pulled muscle, tendon, ligament injuries with associated collection of blood/tissue fluid, etc; 3: bony structures: bone cysts, tumors, healing fx ; 4: nerve elements from the underlying spine itself; see pcp or an orthopod to get DX and treated. Good luck. ...Read more
My back started to hurt about a week ago and a few days ago i noticed a lump on my spine. what could it be?
I recently found a hard lump on my spine (sits on the right side of my spine). I'm not sure how long it has been there. What could this be?
Lipoma: A lipoma is a growth of fat cells in a thin, fibrous capsule usually found just below the skin. Lipomas are found most often on the torso, neck, upper thighs, upper arms, and armpits, but they can occur almost anywhere in the body. One or more lipomas may be present at the same time. ...Read more
Spine: It depends what you mean by a lump on the spine. Some children are very thin, so their spine can be easily seen if they bend over, which could look lumpy. Sometimes if a child is overweight, they have a fat pad on the back of the neck, but that really doesn't look lumpy. If in doubt, have a doctor take a look at it ...Read more