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Get these checked.: Assuming you and i are thinking of the same region - in the hollow above the collar bone, these lymph nodes can "drain" the chest and breast areas. Enlarged nodes can be indicators of infection - but they can also occur in cancer. Please don't ignore this important information. Contact your doctor soon. Lgromkomd. ...Read more
How to manage supraclavicular nodes enlargement which is flactuant, rubbery but persist for two weeks
Is it normal for supraclavicular nodes be palpable either side of lower neck? Both movable and under 1cm, scared please help?
That's fine : If you feel carefully on a trim young person, you can usually find a few. ...Read more
What should be size of supraclavicular nodes to be palpable ? What would be the growth rate in case on Cancer?
Get in: If you can feel your supraclavicular nodes then that could be concerning. A recent illness could explain lymph node enlargement. However, palpable supraclavicular nodes should be evaluated by your physician. You may need further studies to determine other concerns. Please get in for evaluation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Would supraclavicular lymph nodes be more than 1 inch above the collarbone? What does "just above" mean?
Do supraclavicular nodes right and left, show up on chest xray if they were in the 2 CM range?do they show up easily on CT with contrast or U/S ?
Imaging: Supraclavicular lymph nodes might be difficult to see on a chest x-ray. You should be able to see them on a CT of the chest. An ultrasound would be able to see them one at a time, but generally isn't used for monitoring because it doesn't give a good view of the surrounding tissues and especially the deeper structures. I hope this helps. ...Read more
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