i have a lump on my back down below my shoulder blade. its been there for a while and has gotten a little bigger. it doesnt hurt when i push on it. its really soft. i was just wondering if it was cancerous
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is it cancerous
I need an conective tissue's ecography to develop my diagnosis
It sounds like it is a lipoma which is a benign fatty tumor. However, there is no way to know without actually examining it. Always best to have it looked at by a dermatologist. Treatment of lipomas involves surgically removing them. Reasons to remove them are because they are large and unsightly (for cosmetic reasons) or because they are painful or uncomfortable.