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Right Flank Mass
Not specific enough: It is too difficult to answer your question. Most doctors can give you a very long discussion of possibilities but that wouldn't help you and will just scare you. The easiest and safest answer is to be examined by your primary care doctor. This will help guide your answer b. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Palpable mass 2 CM on lower back right side (intramuscular) painless in stand position it's not palpable?
See MD: Hard to define what you are describing. This could represent a fatty mass known as a lipoma--or could represent other issues. Your question sounds medically aware, I presume you are in an allied health field. Best not to guess and therefore, I recommend your seeing your physician. Good luck. ...Read more
Need more info: This is impossible to answer without doing an exam on this patient. If there is a visible mass on the outside of the abdomen it would be different than a palpable mass inside the abdomen. In either case, more tests may be needed to determine the diagnosis. A good pediatrician should evaluate/examine the baby as a first step, then could determine what other testing or imaging might be needed. ...Read more
Brother has hyperechoic heterogenous mass measuring 12 x 4 x 7 cms in lower back and in agony what is it?
Probably: Needs biopsy. Has that been discussed?Get a more detailed answer ›
Found mass in lower right abdomen months ago-Had no pain or other symptoms-Only see it if laying on back Its bigger-I feel pain when pushed/laid on
If it is now: Causing pain and discomfort it should be evaluated for surgical removal. Ask you health care provider for a reevaluation. ...Read more
Superficial or deep?: Is the pain on the surface at the mass or deep in the abdomen? Does the mass come and go or change with coughing? Is the mass moveable? Is it in the skin? Or deep to the muscle? How big? Possibilities include a benign fatty tumor, cyst, hernia or other more rare problems. See a surgeon. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Swelling in the center of the upper quadrant abdomen accompanied by a steady pain and palpable mass. What could it be?
Which quadrant?: Pain and a palpable mass require medical attention asap! ...Read more
I have a hard mass in my lower right abdomen it feels like a big ball. It doesn't hurt. Sometimes it's smaller. Could it be something serious?
Yes it could be: Any painless mass which is hard in consistency can be a serious matter. So get yourself over to see your doctor soon and find out what it is. It will take a physical exam and possibly a ct scan of the abdomen once the doctor has confirm the presence of a mass/growth. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See your doctor: Very soon - this week - if you think you have a mass. ...Read more
See details: You may have no symptoms or the abnormalities may just be noted on lab tests. The enlargement would be in the upper part of the left side of the abdomen but unless the spleen is significantly enlarged you may not be able to feel it. ...Read more
Mass in lower left quadrant of abdomen. 2in to the left of the belly button, mildly painful but not too severe.
Mass in lower rig abdomen about the size of a soccer ball... no pain or other symptoms. Looks like hell compared to other side of abdomen.
22, f, large firm mass in lower right abdomen. Slightly tender when pressed, have had for little over year. Not sure if urgent to get examined.
Found mass in lower right abdomen few months ago-Was size of orange No pain-Now size of cantaloupe & feel pain if pushed & feel pain in area all day?
Get seen: It's your caecum but there's some reason it hurts. ...Read more
What can a palpable mass in the left lower quad be. With symptoms of severe pain at times that radiates to the lower back, and nite sweats at times.?
I have a mass in my abdomen that's 25by26by16 cm, they said it looks like it's attached to my right ovary but all my discomfort is on my left side, why?
Large abdominal mass: That's a pretty large mass - it might be attached to the right ovary but grown into the left side of your abdomen - causing pressure on other structures including the ureters and or left ovary. Hopefully you are planning on having this removed. Regardless of where the pain is - this needs to be removed. Good luck ...Read more
Lump on upper middle abdomen, slightly to my right. No pain, no dence mass 2 inch diameter. Quarter inch high. I am overweight so it could be more thx?
See below: It may be nothing, but without an exam you don't know. You must see your physician for follow-up. ...Read more