Recurrent Lumps On The Head?
r I want to ask, for example, someone finds a lump around his head and it turns out that the lump is known to be a tumor. Then do the lifting of the meat. But a few months later, the lump reappeared and was treated in the same way. The same thing happened again. Why do you think this could happen?
Thanks for the question. Do you know the diagnosis of this lump? Tumor is a general medical term to describe abnormal growths in the body, which can be either benign or malignant (cancerous) growths. To answer your question this depends on the cause of this lump. Bumps on the head can be caused by:
lipoma, which is a benign growth of fatty tissue atheroma cyst, which is a cyst formed from the oil gland folliculitis of the head bone tumor Some of the lumps mentioned above can grow back even after being removed whose cause cannot always be explained. Please ask the doctor who treats the patient about the diagnosis of the lump. If the lump is a benign lump, then there is nothing to worry about. Surgical removal is usually done if the lump is large and causes discomfort to the sufferer.
Hope this information is useful.