Effect Of Bumps On The Armpits On The Results Of Medical Check-ups?
Hello, I want to ask, on Friday 30th I want a medical check-up to register with the company, but I have a problem in my armpit, there is a lump, said lymph node puskesmas, is it a problem or not in the examination or blood test? ? Mercy
Medical check-ups are carried out to conduct a general health examination. Usually prospective employees are asked to do a medical check-up to get an overview of the person's health condition or detect abnormalities that are not in accordance with the position of work later. Each company usually has certain criteria for any diseases or disorders that they cannot accept working in their place.
Lumps in the armpits due to lymph nodes can be caused by infection. Must find out in advance the origin of the infection. If you have a fever, redness of the skin that has lumps, pain in that place, the lump may come from infected under-skin tissue. Infections on blood tests usually give a picture of increased white blood cells called leukocytosis. Usually there is also a physical examination and other support (urine analysis, stool examination, X-ray examination) if the examination indicates an illness that is likely to infect others, of course, will be a minus value for the prospective employee. However, to be accepted at the company, of course medical check-up results are not the only results that are considered for someone to be accepted as an employee.
Thus the explanation from me, may be useful.