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Lump on Wrist could be a Tumor

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I have a lump on my wrist that has been there for about 3 wks and is about the size of small walnut . Its completely painless. Do I need to be concerned about this? Please help.


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replied July 18th, 2006
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It seems that you are experiencing some kind of benign tumor. You can visit your GP to examine the“lump” and to decide if it needs to be removed or not. A tumor can be also removed for aesthetic reasons.
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