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Pain on left side of throat, jaw pain, moving to neck. CAT scan shows nodule near larynx. Cure?

my name is XXXXXXX,and i have had pain on my left side of my throat for 2 months now and today had a catscan done and showed nothing except a smallnodule near the larynx . the pain tonight is severe and i want to punch walls . the pain goes from my lower jaw down my left sideof my neck to the collar bone and now feels like it is pulsating. can u narrow this down please?
Asked On : Sun, 3 Feb 2013
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Welcome in H.C.M.
I have gone through your query regarding small node in neck near larynx as shown in C.T.scan of neck.You have pain on left side of neck which radiate from angle of jaw to lower down to clavicle.
As you told that this swelling in neck is pulsatile means it is arising from artery. Clinically it should
be named as aneurysm. To confirm this color Doppler study of neck is necessary.

With Regards.
Answered: Fri, 8 Feb 2013
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