Why Do Lumps Appear On The Tip Of The Pinky After A Few Days Of Falling Heavy Objects?
Hi . My feet are about a month that the fall of heavy objects, the weight of the 300kg iron fell off the rodane hit my instep. Right when the fall is not too painful but after a few days how come there are lumps like uci around the tip of a little finger. Why is that dangerous or not?
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Collision of objects on the body is one of the blunt force trauma that occurs due to certain incidents, both at home, outside the home or in the work environment. The impact of a heavy burden on the body can cause complaints of pain, swelling, bruising, and impaired function of the associated area. So that after a collision or severe object trauma, it should be evaluated and examined directly by the family doctor or the doctor at the nearest hospital emergency room.
Some complications that can occur due to a collision / trauma or a heavy object fall can be:
1. a muscle injury
2. broken bones
3. open wounds
6. traumatic cyst
In connection with your question, if your instincts have been hit or dropped by a heavy object, the implications that might occur after this event are the risk of swelling, bruising, pain or possibly an open wound. So that the recovery process and inflammation process complaints can be recovered with good care about 7-14 days. Good care here can be in the form of wound care or swelling care and also care and treatment by the doctor who treats you. Without initial examination after trauma, the condition of the area of the body that is experiencing trauma and the risks that may occur is difficult to ascertain.
And if you feel a fall in the leg area that looks or feels like an uci, then this may be a traumatic cyst, which is a benign cyst that arises due to trauma with a particular object. These lumps are usually painless except pressing on the nerves around them, and usually these lumps when held feel like they are filled with a liquid that is fully filled so that the consistency is like the tip of your nose when pressed. A traumatic cyst, usually requires taking action if this cyst disturbs you.
However, all this needs to be ascertained directly by your family doctor or your surgeon so that appropriate treatment can be planned related to this complaint.
Thus the info we can convey.