The child is six and a half months old and yesterday I overheard a small hard lump under the skin of the child's calf, a little hard, and the skin is connected together, and the bone is not connected.The surface of the skin is normal, not red and not prominent, today went to the hospital to do an ultrasound, the doctor did not specifically determine what is
A hard lump under the skin of the lower leg is considered to have a lipoma.When there are no other symptoms, further treatment can be considered, such as surgery for this type of disease is almost difficult to be cured by conservative treatment, and can only be treated mainly by surgery.So it is better to consider surgical treatment methods.Or have regular checkups first.
First of all, you need to see a doctor for further examination. According to the uploaded pictures, it may be caused by lipoma, so you need to pay attention to keep the local cleanliness and hygiene, avoid scratching and stimulation, and visit the hospital at any time if there are changes, and pay attention to observe the growth situation.
The hard lump is considered to be a form of lipoma in children, and it does not restrict the baby's activities.