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Sebaceous cyst on spine, visible without stretching back. Surgery recommended. Costs and procedure?

hi i went in a few months ago for a small sebacious cyst on my spine it is now visible without stretching my back and cause me discomfort when stretching my spine or sitting in a chair i was wondering was surgery consists off if so do i need surgery and how much roughly does it cost its about the size of a quarter and i have insurance.
Asked On : Sat, 22 Sep 2012
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Hi Dear thanks for your question,your having sebaceous on your back and you want to get it removed,surgery is the only treatment .it is not a big surgery ,done under local anaesthesia and you will be back home same day,Regarding cost of surgery ,it varies from place to place and from hospital to Hospital in same place ,you have not mentioned your place of residence,so difficult to guess rough expenditure ,any way in my city that is Srinagar it will cost roughly Rs cost between 2000 to 4000 only.
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