Yesterday I discovered that my mother (54 years old) had a mass or lump under the scapula region on the right side. It is painless not to soft.

Be seen. I would have her seen just to make sure it is not serious, that being said the most common thing we will see is a lipoma, which is a completely benign process. Having a doctor see an examine a growth just to make sure it is not a cancer is probably your best option.

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Hello, I am writing because I am concerned of my mother's health. (54 years old)Yesterday I discovered that she had a mass or lump under the scapula region in the right side which was not to soft and painless. I noticed becuase my mother was feeling a bit n

Doctor can evaluate. Any 54 year-old with a new mass or new lump can get checked to see if it is something minor, such as a skin cyst, or some infection like an infected skin cyst, or something bad, such as a cancer. If the person has been taking good medical care of herself, her regular doctor can check things out. If the person has been lacking medical care for years, many things may be going on in a 54 year-old. Read more...