Lump on Lower Leg?


A lump that appears on the lower leg could be an indication of several different things. The lump could be the result of a boil, carbuncle, ingrown hair, abscess, cyst, or a tumor. It could also be the result of an injury to the area. If the lump still remains in place after a few days, it would be best to make an appointment with your doctor to have it checked out. Tests may or may not be required to find the diagnosis.
Q&A Related to "Lump on Lower Leg?"
Any number of things, which is why you should have it checked out by your doctor.
this could be a blood clot. Clots in the lower leg are not dangerous, but they can be painful, see your doctor. Source(s) I am not a doctor or medical professional.
1. Assess for fracture (see "How to Assess for Fracture During First Aid"). 2. Immobilize the injured leg. Any movement will be very painful and can worsen the injury.
1 Assess the fracture as well as possible and try to make a determination which bone in the lower leg is fractured. Ad 2 Check to see if the fracture has an open wound anywhere. In
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