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Sudden onset of swelling below shoulder blade, no pain, no other health problems. Suggestion?

I am a 44 yr old male who woke up this morning and noticed swelling (a large bulge/lump) in the area below my left rear shoulder blade (lower lats). No pain is associated with the swelling and I havn t done any lifting in over 2 weeks. My mother dismisses it as being gas traveling within but I am concerned. I am a Soldier and visited my local hospital this morning and recieved no diagnosis but was given an appointment to have an ultrasound on 3 Jan. My health has been excellent thus far and I have completed a periodi health assessment within the last 30 days. What si your advise Ma am/Sir.
Asked On : Fri, 21 Dec 2012
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Based on your details , I feel that your doctor has suggested the correct investigation you need to follow that. You may also get done your complete blood picture and ESR and sugar levels too.Since it is painless , you does not have any other symptoms like fever , you does not quire any medicines time being
Answered: Fri, 28 Dec 2012
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