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Have painless mass inner thigh approx 6 x6 cm. quite deep but can move it around. Had ruptured Baker's cyst on same leg recently. What could it be ?

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Dr. John Munshower
Family Medicine
4 doctors agree

In brief: 6cm X 6cm?

That is a relatively large mass.
It may be a lipoma if it is soft and freely movable, but without an exam and then a definitive biopsy, it is impossible to know for sure. Due to the sheer size, get it looked at and evaluated by a dr. best wishes.

In brief: 6cm X 6cm?

That is a relatively large mass.
It may be a lipoma if it is soft and freely movable, but without an exam and then a definitive biopsy, it is impossible to know for sure. Due to the sheer size, get it looked at and evaluated by a dr. best wishes.
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Dr. Gloria Lopez
Pediatrics
2 doctors agree

In brief: Have it checked.

A Baker's cyst is a pocket of fluid that forms a lump behind the knee.
Could be a lipoma, but any mass deserves a physical evaluation.

In brief: Have it checked.

A Baker's cyst is a pocket of fluid that forms a lump behind the knee.
Could be a lipoma, but any mass deserves a physical evaluation.
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Dr. Laura Yauch
Family Medicine

In brief: Many things

It is impossible to tell you what is responsible for your concern without further evaluation.
This complaint needs to be evaluated by a provider. It may be a "nothing" or it could be very significant. Please do not delay.

In brief: Many things

It is impossible to tell you what is responsible for your concern without further evaluation.
This complaint needs to be evaluated by a provider. It may be a "nothing" or it could be very significant. Please do not delay.
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