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Intense pain deep below left clavicle, pain in neck radiates to shoulder, TMJ, Blurred MRI. Cure?

I have intense pain deep below left clavicle . It started on the right side. One day it was both sides. Pain in left side of neck also. Radiates to shoulders. Could a TMJ click of left jawbone cause this. Could cancer on upper left lung cause pain like that? I tried getting an MRI 5 times but couldnt lay down. The sit up MRI was blurred because I moved.
Asked On : Thu, 17 May 2012
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  User's Response
TO DIAGNOSE IT DIRECT AS CANCER WONT A GOOD OPTION
IT DEPEND HOW LONG U R SUFFERING WITH THIS PAIN
1)I THINK U SHOULD GET AN ECG,2D ECHO DONE
EVEN SONE TIME MYCARDIAL INFARCTION CAN CAUSE SUCH KIND OF PAIN

IF U GET THIS REPORT NORMAL THEN GET AN ORTHOPEDICIAN OPINION
Answered: Thu, 6 Sep 2012
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Dermatologist Dr. Pravin Banodkar's  Response
Hello
thanks for using Health Care magic .

I would be pleased to answer your question
A click of the TMJ may not cause this , the causes might range from local lymph node growth , Lung tumour , inflammation of the covering of the lung called pleuritis or air collection under the lung covering.

Please get a chest Xray done or an MRI again .

That would be beneficial . Thanks and take care
Answered: Thu, 17 May 2012
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