What cancers usually lead to a swollen left supraclavicular lymph node?

Several. More common cancers leading to enlarged supraclavicular nodes include lymphoma (hodgkin and non-hodgkin), lung cancer, abdominal cancers such as esophageal and stomach, and breast cancer.
Not the most. Common location, but primary lymphoma, breast, lung, esophagus, oropharyngeal head and neck sites, and then there is the stomach, when the node is called virchow's node.
Lung, stomach. Many cancers can spread to the supra-clavicular lymph nodes, the common ones are lung, stomach, pancreas and cancers of the head and neck area.

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How likely is it that the first sign of pancreatic cancer would be a palpable left supraclavicular lymph node?

It can happen. Pancreatic and stomach cancer can be quite advanced before they are detected, and it is well described that the first manifestation can be a palpable "Virchow's node." Read more...

Dr said mono. Left supraclavicular lymph node swollen several weeks. Had ct scan, all ok. Worried as read those lymph node are bad when swollen.

Biopsy Virchow's Nod. The L supraclavicular node is particularly worrisome. Due to the drainage of the lymphatic system, Virchow's node (as it is known) is commonly the first node that enlarges in cancers of the chest, abdomen, legs, & left arm. Scans can be negative & miss cancer, especially since they are anatomical scans, not functional ones (small cancers can be missed). Biopsy or PET recommended. TTYD or HT Prime. Read more...
Mgt. Lymph nodes may swell in response to infection. If the node is painful and/or red, please see your PCP. The swelling should diminish in the next several weeks. Read more...

Lump on left breast for 4 weeks - feels on surface, not "in" breast. No visible skin changes, or changes to breast shape. Also enlarged left supraclavicular lymph node. Only 23 - is cancer possible?

Not Likely, but... The supraclavicular ln is concerning and i would encourage you to get it checked by your doc. I would be more concerned if you had a strong family history of breast cancer at young ages. Read more...
Yes. Even young women get breast cancer. See a surgeoj who specializes in breast cancer for prompt evaluation to insure it is not cancer. Read more...
Go to see GP. You need more evaluation, obviously. That would include some blood work and imaging studies- like sonogram of the breast, ct scan accordingly, and ultimately biopsy. Eventhough not very common, cancer not only possible- but certain cancer like hodgkin's lymphoma is quite common at your age. Just because it's located on the breast does not mean it is frm the breast lymphoma vs other process possibl. Read more...
Possible. Persistent breast lumps, regardless of age, should be aggressively evaluated. See your primary physician for referral to a surgeon, a breast center for mammogram and possible ultrasound with biopsy if required. No more waiting- get acting. Read more...
Get mamagram. Get mamagram and ct of the chest with contrast if the supraclivular lymph does not regress. Read more...

What to do if I have a supraclavicular lymph node (left clavicle), why could it be swollen?

Monitoring Centers. Lymphatic system absorbs/carries things too big to go into the arteries/veins like bacteria eaten by white cells and digested food. Lymph nodes "taste" the lymph for anything bad like bacteria/viruses/cancers, etc. When it detects a problem, it alerts the immune system and your body reacts. They enlarge in response to the inflammation they create when they react. They shrink when all is well. Read more...

I have a rock hard mass in my right supraclavicular lymph node, is it cancer?

swollen lymph node. Swollen lymph nodes especially if they are painless and significantly enlarge are not normal and need further evaluation. If you are also loosing weight then it's more concerning. Suggest further evaluation with ct scans and biopsy to rule out malignancy. Read more...
Could be... A "rock hard" mass anywhere in your body, particularly one that grows or is accompanied by other symptoms, deserves further workup. Hope it's nothing of importance but do get it checked. Read more...

I have a rock hard mass growing in my right supraclavicular lymph node. Is it cancer?

Get it seen now. Make a phyisian's apponitment now. It could be a desmoplastic lymphoma that 's curable if you don't neglect it. It could be several other things. Read more...
What you feel . May be a node, could be a cervical rib or transverse process. Go to a doctor for an exam rather than ask us on-line when we cannot touch you. Read more...

I have a palpable supraclavicular lymph node that has been there for a long time around 6 months or more is this a cancer?

Not necessarily. Go to see your doctor and have your doctor examine it. If it is significant, further evaluations may be warranted. Lymph node enlargement can be found anywhere and can be due to different things like infection, inflammation, autoimmune problems, trauma, neoplasm/cancer etc. Read more...
Supraclavicular node. Well a normal person does not have a sc node that you can feel. If that is what you are truely feeling it shouldn't be there. Now it could be from an infection...Check your hand and arm over real good for cuts and scratches(do you have cats?). But than you really should get it checked out. Lung and breast cancer can easily spread to this area as can cancers of the mouth and throat. Read more...

I have both R and L supraclavicular lymph node swelling, around 0.5 cm, rubbery, moveable. Is this a sign of cancer?

Can't tell. Supraclavicular lymph node elevations are not normal for sure and can be a sign of serious conditions like different cancers, but are not definitive of such as a single presenting symptom. You should get in to see the Dr. and get a good examination and some testing to be safe. Best wishes. Read more...