Painless Lumps In The Left Temple That Reappear After Surgery?
Tonight .. if the lump doesn’t hurt over the left eyebrow, why is that? Already had surgery at the clinic he said the usual lumps but after 5 months appeared again .. kra2 as big as peanuts … if what to the doctor?
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There is a complaint of a lump on the brow that recurred 5 months after a previous operation with the same complaint, the possibility of this complaint is caused by atheromes or cysts of oil exfoliation of the skin. This cyst is under the skin and protrudes to the surface due to the blockage of the oil glands at the exit point, which is finally restrained and forms lumps from small to large. These lumps usually measure between 3 mm to 1.5 cm, contain white clumps, have a characteristic odor when opened and are not painful. However, in certain conditions or the presence of germ contamination in these lumps, it can cause complaints of pain and enlarged size of a few centimeters and filled with pus. Handling is usually done by taking cysts with oil gland cyst removal procedures. Under certain conditions, these lumps can form at the same point or at different points, so maintaining skin hygiene that risks clogging the mammary gland can be an effort to prevent the recurrence of this complaint.
Apart from oil gland obstruction or atheroma, several medical conditions can also cause the same complaints, such as:
1. Skin infection or abscess
2. Eyebrow root infection
3. Keloid or scar tissue
4. Granuloma or granulation tissue
6. Vascular disorders
Because complaints of these lumps can be caused by a variety of medical conditions, so without checking and looking directly at the bump area it will be difficult to ascertain the cause. Therefore, you should consult directly with your family doctor or your surgeon regarding this complaint.
The doctor will conduct an interview regarding this lump complaint. Physical examination and investigations (such as biopsy or lump aspiration) can be done to help diagnose. The results of the examination will be a reference for doctors in providing care and treatment. Thus, these lumps can be confirmed immediately and surgery is performed if needed according to the results of the doctor's examination.
For now, you should not hold the lump without any doctor's advice. Avoid squeezing or pressing the bump until you see a doctor. This is to prevent inflammation of the skin or inflammation of this lump.
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