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Spongy swelling left collarbone area. Could you give me a idea of what is wrong ?

Have intermittent painless spongy swelling between left side of neck and collar bone , this has been occurring for 4 weeks. I also have swelling over my thyroid in my neck on right hand side. I have had blood test on thyroid which was normal. Last couple of days I have had intermittent stomach pain, not like a stomach bug pain but more a deep sharp pain. Could you give me a idea of what is wrong
Asked On : Fri, 11 Feb 2011
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Radiologist 's  Response
welcome to and thanks for the query.
It looks like you could be having a thyroid tumor. It could be benign so there is no need to panic. But you should get it checked by a doctor immediately. A thyroid test can be normal in such cases. You should get a scan and biopsy done of the thyroid gland and the neck swelling. Hope you get well soon.
Answered: Sat, 10 Sep 2011
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i have a painless spongy swelling in my buttocks for 5 or 6 years does it mean anything dangerous?
Answered: Thu, 7 Apr 2011
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