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Small, hard bump on back of neck. Not visible. Size of a tiny pinky nail. No symptoms. It's on the right side on cartilage part. Help! i'm worried?

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Dr. Michelle Chambers
Dermatology
2 doctors agree

In brief: Nodule on the neck

The most common small nodular lesion is a cyst.
If the lesion is stable in size, mobile and non-tender it is probably ok. If it does not resolve in a few weeks or if it changes you should see your doctor.S.

In brief: Nodule on the neck

The most common small nodular lesion is a cyst.
If the lesion is stable in size, mobile and non-tender it is probably ok. If it does not resolve in a few weeks or if it changes you should see your doctor.S.
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Dr. George Gataky
Dermatology
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In brief: Could be cyst

This could be a sebaceous cyst.
These can usually be moved. If it is very hard and immobile, you should have it checked by your physician.

In brief: Could be cyst

This could be a sebaceous cyst.
These can usually be moved. If it is very hard and immobile, you should have it checked by your physician.
Dr. George Gataky
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