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Soft Lump On Hand
Lumps on the hand: Can be, ganglion cysts, foreign bodies, small thromboses veins, benign solid tumors, thickening of palmar tissue form dupuytren nodules, calluses, calcifications or gouty deposits among others. A hand surgeon often will be able 2 narrow it just by exam and how it feels. All in all most lumps or bumps are benign and not harmful but you must seek qualified opinion, . ...Read more
I have a lump on the back of my hand sort of in the middle.It causes some pain when i bend my hand down. What should i do?
Ganglionic Cyst: It is most likely a ganglionic cyst or synovial cyst. These are mobile and compressible, like a ball with air in it, not hard like a rock. Please see your primary care physician for diagnosis and treatment. Corticosteroid injections can shrink it. if you rest your hand and the pain doesn't improve, you may need an orthopedic hand specialist's opinion. ...Read more
I have very small skin colored lumps on my hand which do not itch and can only be seen from an angle when light shines on them.I can feel them. ?
Sweat glands: Most likely these are small sweat glands in the skn. ...Read more
I have a black and blue, quarter sized, lump on my hand that is getting progressively worse over the last four days. Is this something to worry about?
I dont know if its muscle or what under ur arm but is it normal for one side to be larger than the other? No pain no lumps. Right side and im r handed
Ganglion?: The most common hard lumps found in the hand are not clots but rather ganglion cysts which originate from joints especially around the junction of the wrist and hand. These cysts have a jel like substance and frequently require surgery for removal. Clots in the hand veins are usually the result of trauma. You may want to see a hand surgeon or vein specialist. ...Read more