Hard, Bone-like Lump In The Leg?

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Hello doctor. R nOn my left leg there is a bone-like lump beside the leg due to being hit a few years ago by the aluminum door (actually the lump has been a long time). How do I deal with it?

1 Answer:

Hello Nadia Sofi,

The presence of bumps on the feet can result from abnormal growth of joint tissue, bone, fat, or mineral crystallization. Based on the growth pattern, in general, these lumps can be divided into benign and malignant. The disease conditions that cause lumps on the legs include: rheumatoid nodules, ganglion cysts, lipomas, thophus in gouty arthritis.

treatment depends on the diagnosis and other factors such as the patient's health condition. for that you are strongly advised to check with your doctor directly. through direct examination, the exact cause of your complaint will be easier to establish.

You should not apply or take any medicine or herbs that aim to reduce the size of the lump, beyond the doctor's instructions. try to use comfortable footwear and keep an eye on the size of the lump.

so, hope it is useful

dr. Barrel

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