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MRI done on my right clavicle. What is the lump? Is it just a tissue swelling?

I just had an MRI done on my right clavicle and I m sitting here looking at the images, but I have no idea what I m looking at. I have a large lump on my R clavicle (about 4 x2 ), it s solid and feels like it could be a bone. It does not hurt. An xray showed that it was soft tissue swelling so my Dr sent me for an MRI. After the MRI the nurse gave me a disk just in case I need to see a specialist. I have gotten an MRI before, and that did not happen. So... I m sure my Dr will call me tomorrow, but in the mean time, I m losing my mind. I dont know how many more times I can go through these images, comparing them to google... so... my question for you is,,, Should I be worried? The MRI shows a large black spot over the area.
Asked On : Sun, 19 Aug 2012
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Thank for asking to HCM
I really appreciate your concern, you have not given complete detail of the swelling like since how long it is being there does it have any clinical complain your age and gender are also not given, these are the important detain should have been given here without these difficult to say any thing, still I could say that no need to worry about this could be a lymph node either or could be Lipoma, take care and have a nice day.
Answered: Mon, 5 May 2014
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