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What is this weird thing on my daughters neck ?

Iv discovered a weird thing on the back of my daughters neck, it looks like a small black stone has been wedged into one of her pores.. should i be worried? its not a black head its too big! she said shes had it for about a year, its only now i have noticed it-she said it was smaller
Asked On : Fri, 17 Jun 2011
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With this descriptions it seems to be a sebaceous cyst ,which is nothing but a nodular lesions with in the skin and at times it gets calcified to form a stone like mass.
Nape of neck is the most common place to have it.
This would require a small surgery to get it removed .There is nothing be scared of as it is a very benign condition.
What it contains is nothing but sebum.
The other possibility is of LIPOMA,which is nothing but a fat lobule with in a bag.
This too can be excised and removed surgically.
Kindly show to a dermatologist for confirmation.

Dr.Bharat chawda

Answered: Fri, 17 Jun 2011
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