Are lumps on the chest and breast associated with hiatus hernia?
Can be fibroma or lipoma.
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The lumps on the chest and breast are not related to hiatus hernia. The pain in the bottom of the ribcage is related to hernia. The swellings that you have can be soft tissue swellings like lipoma or fibromas. Direct examination and investigations like FNAC and a mammogram can help in proper diagnosis.
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