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Hard lump on the side of skull that feels tender occasionally. What could it be?

I have a hard lump on the side of my skull that has been there for about a month. I haven t noticed getting any headaches or dizziness or anything out of the ordinary, however occasionally the lump is a bit tender. I went to the dr and got X-rays and he now wants to see me again. My appt is tomorrow and I m just a bit scared wondering what it could possibly be.....
Asked On : Fri, 25 Jan 2013
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General Surgeon 's  Response
Apr 2013
Hi and welcome to Healthcare magic.Thank you for the query.
In most cases thi sis benign subcutaneous lesion such as lipoma, fibroma, ateroma or swollen lymph node. You can do ultrasound and needle aspirational biopsy to verify the exact diagnosis. And if there is indication after it, it can be surgically removed in local anasthesia.
Wish you good health. Regards
Answered: Thu, 11 Jul 2013
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