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Subcutaneous lump at the lumbar floor. Is it suspected to be a malignant salamander tumor?

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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?

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