It has been growing for more than a month and has not been eliminated. It's not painful or itchy. I took CT today. Please ask the doctor to help see if it's a tumor and how to treat it
According to what you said, combined with the examination results, I revealed that CT showed no tumor and normal. What you said should be something on the skull.
Don't be nervous. As long as it's not painful or itchy, you can observe it regularly. With the increase of age, osteoporosis, hyperplasia or abnormal deposition may occur. I don't think you need to be nervous and treatment
At present, it is impossible to determine what kind of tumor it is. There is no pain, no other discomfort and no rapid growth. It can only be considered as a benign tumor and need not be treated for the time being. However, if it continues to grow up and has other uncomfortable symptoms, it is necessary to go to the hospital as soon as possible. Through surgical treatment, it is also necessary to cooperate with biopsy to see whether it is a malignant tumor.
You should refer to the white lump protruding from the back of the head. This lump should be normal. It may be the obvious occipital eminence, but it may also be an osteoma of the occipital bone. This situation generally does not need treatment, and there is no good way to treat it. If you have no symptoms, you don't have to take care of it.