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How can I get rid of fatty pockets above the clavicle on both the sides ?

I am a 50 yr old female. I just discovered some fatty pockets above the clavicle on both sides that I never had before. I had a disc replacement last December (2010) at C5-C6. I advised my spine surgeon he did not know what it was nor did my GP, my Neurosurgeon , nor my Chiropractor . I was sent to a Cancer Clinic and the doctor there said it was fat deposits. Just wanted to know if this is a logical answer. Never had them before. How do I get rid of them? Should I be worried or further tested? We have Hodgkin s Lymphoma in the family (father and uncle both died in their 60 s from it).
Asked On : Tue, 12 Jul 2011
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Thanks for your query.

Since doctor in cancer clinic said It to be fat deposits you need not worry.

But you can get them excised for cosmetic reasons and If you are so worried you can send It for excision biopsy.

Hope I have answered your query.

I will be available for your follow up queries If any.

Wishing you good health.


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