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Indentation between my bicep and deltoids muscle. Pain in arm. Had muscle pull. Is indentation caused by muscle pull?

Yes, I have an indentation kind of between my bicep and deltoid muscles on my left arm . It s the size of a quarter. I noticed it about 2 months ago. It didn t hurt or anything. And it s very slightly discoloured. Almost looks like a scar . But for the past week now, I ve been having mild aches and pains going on in the same arm. Some days it aches, and some days it doesn t. It s really freaking me out. My friends all tell me that it might be a torn muscle. But I really don t remember hurting my arm. Although, at the beginning of this year, I pulled a muscle in my upper back, kind of between my shoulder blades. Would that have anything to do with this indentation that just appeared out of nowhere??
Asked On : Sat, 25 Aug 2012
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its a very unusual thing.Possibly its muscular atrophy focallywhich has to be ascertained by an orthopedic physical examination.discoloration means blood supply to the region may be impaired if there is no skin disease.axilla or arm pit region houses many nerves and arteries and any impindement has to be checked for and also the base of neck and shoulder. so consult orthopedic specialist
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