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Have lump under rib, not attached. Lymph nodes?

I have a tiny lump underneath my lower left rib. It doesn't hurt or anything but it is not connected to the rib (I can move it around between two fingers). There may be a smaller one in the similar area below the lower right rib. Are there lymph nodes in those areas? The lump on the left side is smaller than a grape but larger than a pea if that makes any sense.
Asked On : Mon, 15 Apr 2013
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By your Question this is a lump located just below the skin or undernith,as u r tellng it is movable n comes in your fingers it may have 2 things aeiether it may be a saebacious cyst which is adherd 2 skin,if it is not adhered 2 skin n rubbery n moves very freely it is called Lipoma,it is a benign fatty disese,it doesnt hurt but may look cosmetically bad if on exposd part which is cosmetically significant, if it bothers u ,u can go for it exicion by any expert surgeon.
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