A Brownish Lump In The Upper Abdomen?
Hello, good night, I want to ask, at the top of my solar plexus, a very small lump that arises and is a brown taper, is it a disease or not please explain ??
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The appearance of a brownish lump in the upper abdominal area may originate from the skin. There are several conditions that can cause lumps with these characteristics, including:
Skin tags (skin that grows excessively as a result of repeated irritation) Keloid (excessive growth of scar tissue, usually appears after the appearance of injury or inflammation in the skin) Nevus (mole, caused by excessive deposition of melanin pigment in certain skin areas) Warts (Human virus infection) Papillomavirus) Folliculitis (infection of the hair roots, often due to bacteria) Melanoma (malignant skin tumor originating from melanocytes) Cysts, such as pilaris cysts, sebaceous cysts, dermoid cysts Tumors or other infections, etc. These lumps can be a mild condition and do not require treatment specific, but can also be dangerous so it needs to be checked directly by a doctor. To prevent dangerous conditions, you should first check the lump with the doctor or the nearest dermatologist. With direct observation, it is usually easy for doctors to identify possible dangerous conditions. If deemed necessary, the doctor may also direct you to undergo further tests, such as a biopsy, to rule out the possibility of malignancy.
As an initial treatment, we recommend that you do not pry or give any treatment to the lump that appears without direct medical supervision. Always keep yourself clean, that is, by regularly showering in the morning and evening, wearing clean clothes, not exchanging personal items with other people, and also not handling the lumps that appear with dirty hands.
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