What could cause a hard movable lump under the skin on the forarm?


If it's not painful at all or strangely colored, it's most likely lipoma. They are harmless fatty deposits.
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Skin Lumps
Skin lumps are any areas of abnormally raised skin. The lumps may be hard and rigid or soft and moveable. Swelling from injury is one common form of skin lump. Most skin lumps are benign—in other words, not cancerous. Skin lumps are generally not dangerous, and usually do not interfere with your everyday life. Consult your. . . More »
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