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Residual bump after foot sprain. Can lipoma be caused by injury?

I fell in Early August and sprained my foot . Had x-rays done and was just sprained. I went for follow-up and there is a bump on my right foot that hurts. Its been 3 months and all the bruising has dissapeared except for the bump. The doctor referred me to see a general surgeon because he thinks it is a lipoma . Can this be caused by an injury? What kind of doctor should I see to tell me if it really is a lipoma. I don t think I should be going to a surgeon just yet.
Asked On : Mon, 22 Oct 2012
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ENT Specialist 's  Response
Aug 2013
hello and welcome to health care magic,

You seem to have put your question in the ear, nose and throat section of our website by mistake

You need to place it in the bone, muscle and joint section of the site and i am sure someone will be able to help you out. In addition If it is a lipoma then I would advice you to consult either a general surgeon or an orthopedician.


Dr Sriram nathan
Answered: Mon, 25 Nov 2013
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