Three or four months ago, there was a hard lump under the skin on the right side of the hip groove at the bottom of the waist, which was tender. Later, if you didn't pay attention, you couldn't feel it. Recently, it has been found that the hard lump has not disappeared, and the tenderness has disappeared. The hard lump is about 1.5cm in diameter. There is light brown on the skin. When pinching the lump, it feels uncomfortable and becomes slightly larger. I am worried about whether it is a malignant tumor. How to distinguish it?
Hello! According to your condition introduction and analysis. From the photos, there seems to be a small papule in the center of the tumor for more than three months, and the skin is slightly pigmented. If there is no obvious discomfort, it may be sebaceous adenoma. It is suggested to go to the surgery department of a regular hospital for further examination. If necessary, color Doppler ultrasonography should be carried out to find out the causes for treatment. If it is indeed a small tumor on the body surface, it can be surgically removed.
Hello, according to the current situation and symptoms you described, these symptoms are generally divided into two reasons, which may be caused by neurofibroma or local subcutaneous lipoma. In view of the current situation, it is suggested that you had better make a further B-ultrasound diagnosis. Pay more attention to observation
If it's a hard lump, don't deal with it. If it's not higher than the skin, just touch it with your hand. Considering that one should be a lipoma, it's recommended to go to the hospital for examination to see if there's a problem? If there is no problem, you don't have to deal with it, don't deal with it, don't care about him.
Hello, I'm glad to serve you. According to your description and clinical symptoms, combined with the content displayed in your uploaded photos. It can be seen from the photo that there is a small bulge on the surface of the package, which is a raised hair follicle. So you should be caused by sebaceous cyst at present. You'd better go to the general surgery department of the hospital for further examination. If necessary, local color Doppler ultrasonography can be performed to further clarify the diagnosis. If it is diagnosed as sebaceous cyst, surgical resection can be considered. Drug treatment is ineffective.