Handling A Rubbery Lump In The Palm Of The Hand And Feels Pain When Pressed?
I have a lump on my palm that fits between my index and middle finger but in the palm area it is round and chewy when I press it, it hurts a little and is a bit hard just under the skin. It used to be a little small but now it’s about 2 marbles. What year did the blade in surgery have no fatal side effects?
From the information you conveyed, the complaint of a lump that looks rubbery on the palm of the hand may be caused by verucaa or warts. Over time, warts on the hands can become wider than they were originally. This dilation and enlargement can be caused by chronic irritation and continuous pressure at the point of this lump. Sometimes complaints of pain can be found at the point of the lump. However, this condition needs to be confirmed directly by your family doctor to be able to see directly on this lump.
Several other conditions can also cause the same complaints, such as:
2. ganglion cyst
3. buildup of uric acid crystals in joints
4. due to previous trauma
Therefore, to determine the cause, it is better to do a direct examination by your family doctor or your surgeon, the doctor will conduct an examination and evaluation regarding this complaint. If necessary, the doctor will perform a supporting examination in the form of an X-ray examination according to the indications.
Treatment will be given according to the results of the examination obtained.
This is the information we can convey.