Pain In The Lump On The Right Leg?
Hello doctor, I want to ask why … why is there a lump on the right leg next to him, there is a lump, but it hurts, but I see a doctor so I was irritated, I had to undergo surgery and scrape the bones or whatever I forgot and the meat was too, but just right I went to another doctor who asked me on the LCD first, but at that time I didn’t go back to the check-up (it was around 2015), then recently I felt more pain, sometimes suddenly it hurts again and the knees and feet also hurt. ? or what? because I feel uncomfortable too
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Yes, Andi, I understand the worries you are experiencing.
You need to know that there are various causes that can cause bumps on the feet, both due to infection and non-infection, including:
Folliculitis / Inflammation of hair follicles: pain, redness, swelling, sometimes accompanied by pus Infection due to bacteria in the skin layer (cellulitis, erysipelas, furuncle): pain, usually preceded by a wound, swelling, redness, sometimes there is pus Abscess: infection in the skin layer inside, there is pus covered by a capsule layer inside. Painful when pressed, swollen redness, feels a bit warm Lipoma: fat-filled cyst Ganglion cyst / neurofibroma: nerve tissue tumor which is benign, often appears around joints or tendons and varies in size Angioma: blood vessel tumor, generally brownish / dark red Soft tissue tumors / soft tissue tumors: abnormal lumps or swelling caused by new cell growth to malignant tumors that attack the skin and bones can also cause symptoms such as lumps. All of these lumps have distinctive symptoms and signs, and the complaints of each patient are also different. Every lump that appears on the body should be examined and evaluated directly to determine the characteristics of the lump, how big it is, its shape, color, consistency / density and the border of the lump. If additional examinations are needed, radiology may be an option to help assess the degree of the lump that appears. With a definite diagnosis that has been found, then appropriate management can be done,
Regarding your complaint, if you feel pain in the lump, you can help reduce the pain with the help of pain medication or pain relief cream. But if it doesn't subside and it feels uncomfortable, I suggest you to re-evaluate the lump you are experiencing. Do not hesitate to check with the surgeon who treats you. A surgical procedure is a procedure that doctors generally perform on a lump to determine the type of lump / tumor being experienced (whether it is benign / malignant) and the right steps to find the right treatment to get rid of the lump.
That's the information I convey. May be useful