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2 movable lumps on left collarbone near shoulder.dr said it's fine but didn't say what they were. Lipomas? Lymph nodes?no other symptoms.

2 movable lumps on left collarbone near shoulder.dr said it's fine but didn't say what they were. Lipomas? Lymph nodes?no other symptoms.

Lymph nodes, lipomas: A lipoma is in the skin, and looks like a bulge in the skin itself. An enlarged lymph node is usually under the skin and its possible to move the surface of the skin separate from the underlying lymph node. Benign lymph nodes can be either softer or a bit more firm than a lipoma, If a lymph node is very hard or unyielding, or tethered under the skin, be sure to get it checked out. ...Read more

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I have swollen, tender lymph nodes on the left side of my neck and just above my clavical. No other symptoms. Could it be cancer?

I have swollen, tender lymph nodes on the left side of my neck and just above my clavical. No other symptoms. Could it be cancer?

Unlikely: Enlarged lymph nodes can be due to cancer but in that case they typically are painless. Infection related enlargement of nodes is often tender. if the nodes do not settle down in 2-3 weeks, you should get checked by your primary care doctor. ...Read more

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A swollen lymph node behind my left clavical has grown slowly to over 6 mm. There are also two more small ones. Blood work came back anemic 9.4 hg but there are no infections and no other symptoms. What could be the causes?

A swollen lymph node behind my left clavical has grown slowly to over 6 mm. There are also two more small ones. Blood work came back anemic 9.4 hg but there are no infections and no other symptoms. What could be the causes?

Go see a blood speci: A blood specialist(hematologist) or oncologist can guide you best. You have anemia(hb of 9.4gm) which along with enlarged lymph nodes raises possibility of some serious problem in your system which will require further testing to find the caus eof your illness. I would not delay seeing a good doctor right away. ...Read more

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What are some of the symptoms of a broken clavicle?

What are some of the symptoms of a broken clavicle?

Pain swelling: Pain, swelling, bruising, possibly a bump on the collarbone over the fracture. ...Read more

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I have intermittent throbbing just above my left clavicle?

Be examined: Unusual to have aneurysm there but at your age worth checking. Any other aneurysms? Or n your family!!?? ...Read more

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I have a 6cm by4cm lesion above my left clavicle could it be lipoma?

I have a 6cm by4cm lesion above my left clavicle could it be lipoma?

Lesion: It may be a lipoma but it could be a lymph node. You should be seen and possibly have a biopsy done if the lesion is non movable and firm in consistency. ...Read more

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Broke both left clavicle and ankle, how can I walk?

Broke both left clavicle and ankle, how can I walk?

Depends...: Did your ankle fracture require surgery?Are you in a cast? I assume u didn't have surgery on your clavicle and are in a sling or figure of eight ( or both).If you're ors said u cannot put weight on your ankle/ foot ( whether in a cast or boot)then walking will be difficult w/ a fractured clavicle.If this is the case a wheelchair or 'kneeling' scooter can be used; once WB in boot life is easier! ...Read more

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Broke both left clavicle and ankle how to walk, what to do?

Broke both left clavicle and ankle how to walk, what to do?

Ankle fracture: Your attending physician should have reviewed that . Crutches are out , so a wheelchair is your likely choice . There are some neat devices to prop your knee on to allow motion without using a wheelchair. See your podiatrist for this and other ideas . Good luck. ...Read more

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I have an occasional throbbing feeling right above the clavicle on my left side?

I have an occasional throbbing feeling right above the clavicle on my left side?

Your AORTA: is directly below your clavicle and occasional throbbing is normal HOWEVER if it continues a check up is "in order" Usually a simple chest x ray will determine if ( at 79 years of age) your aorta is enlarged (or has an aneurysm (bubble)) Check this out with your PCP Good Luck BE WELL! DrZ ...Read more