A Lump On The Side Of The Waist That Is Getting Bigger?
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Hello Irwan, thank you for your question
Lumps that appear can be caused by tissue growth. The conditions that can cause these lumps include:
lipoma, or benign tumor originating from fatty tissue. This tumor is palpable as a soft lump, and usually increases in size over a long period of time. abscess, which is an infection of the surrounding tissue that causes a buildup of pus. Usually the complaints of a lump are also accompanied by fever, redness around the area of the lump and a very painful feeling of rabdomioma (benign striated muscle tumor) or rabdomiosarcoma (malignant striated muscle tumor) cysts on the bones due to a history of osteosarcoma injury or malignant tumors there is bone for that, you should not underestimate this especially if the lump grows in size in a short time. immediately consult a doctor, especially a surgeon to determine the cause of the lump. the doctor will ask further about the history of your parents' complaints, and if possible the doctor will suggest supporting examinations such as ultrasound, CT scan or biopsy to facilitate diagnosis
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