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Small Hard Lump On Elbow
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
I have a small hard lump on my arm near the elbow its not painful but would like to no what it is?
I have a small lump right next (in front) to my elbow that developed after I hit my self there with the edge of a table last year. Its hard and hurts ?
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
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
Small lump located half way between elbow and arm pit sort of hard on inner side left down from the bicept prob notlymphnode? Any ideas?
Hard to say: Best to have it examined by your doctor who knows your history. ...Read more
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 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
I have a small hard lump in a vein on the inside of my arm by my elbow. It radiates pain and stings when i touch or squeeze it. What is it?
Phlebitis likely: Phlebitis is simply an inflamed vein. It could also be thrombophlebitis with is an inflamed vein with a clot in it. Both respond to compression, ice, heat, rest, elevation, and anti-inflammatory medicine. The concern is that there is no clot extension into a deeper vein. See a doctor who can check your veins with ultrasound and make sure you don't have a deep vein clot. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a small (bean sized) lump on the inner arm, right above the elbow. It is sore to touch and hard. What could this be?
Cyst: A subcutaneous cyst is most likely present but if the lump increases in size,becomes inflamed or tender, have your physician examine it. ...Read more
Hi i am getting small itchy patches on the top of my arms and are really irratating i was wondering what it could be also on my left elbow i have got a small wart like lump but it is hard. Thanks?
24 year old female. Discomfort in left breast. Movable and slightly painful lump on left side. Had small lump in armpit that hurt and moved around. After two weaks, lump in armpit spread vertically, and has a thin painful hard line that goes to elbow?
I have had very slow growing bone overgrowth under my tongue in my gum for as long as I can remember. They don't cause any problems for me. About 4 years ago I developed a hard small lump on the top of my elbow which was very painful. The pain went aw
Tori: I'm not sure what your question is, but i will try to help. The slow growing bone growth under your tongue (and also sometimes in the middle of the palate) is call a "tori". It is a very slow benign growth of bone. Nothing to worry about, but if you have any questions see your dentist or oral surgeon to confirm this is true in your case. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My 6 year daughter fell on the sidewalk. She has a bruise on her elbow and there is a hard lump along with it, and what appears to me small red dots up the rest of her forearm. I took her to a walk in clinic. The doctor barely looked at her amd just order
Moving her arm?: Is she moving her arm? If not she needs to be reevaluated. I can't say for sure without seeing the bumps but they may be abrasions from the fall, just make sure you clean them thoroughly. If she is moving her arm normally I would ice the lump and give her some OTC ibuprophen or tylenol (acetaminophen) for the pain and wait and see if anything changes. ...Read more
6yr old fell. Has bruise and hard lump On elbow.Doc wrapped it in ace bandage. But it hurts her more than before with the bandage. Was doc rite2 wrap?
Small pea sized movable lump infron of elbow are( soft side). It doesnt hurt. Same size for months now. ?
I have small lump on elbow, that is very painfully if pressure is added. what is it and how do I remove it.
Many things can cause a lump on the elbow. If the lump occurred suddenly, then the likely cause is an inflamed bursa usually on the dorsal aspect of the elbow. The area will usually be filled with fluid giving the impression of a lump.
The treatment is to drain the swelling and take anti inflammatory medications in the class of ibuprofen. ...Read more
Very small non painful lump on back of elbow, can roll it around between fingerers. Hasn't changed in a month, what could it be?
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