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Lump on the mid-left back of the neck, pain while moving head

My six year old daughter has a lump on the mid left bn\ack side of her neck , says it hurts and feels yucky when she moves her head a certain way. doc says dont worry but I am worried. what type of Doc can check for a more involved diagnosis than just feeling the lump without further testeing like her doc did?
Asked On : Thu, 15 Mar 2012
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That could be a lipoma, fibroma, or a seborrhoeic cyst or a cyst herniating outside from spinal chord. you may require an examination and x-ray neck to rule out the exact cause of that. First of all I need to exaine that online? areyou ready for Video conference over Skype???
then post it to me at or my skype id is and send me an email.

I need a physical report and a picture of the same and it duration and consitancy.

Good luck pls answer my questions.
Dr Arvind.
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Answered: Fri, 16 Mar 2012
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