What could a lump on your sphincter be?
If it's the anal sphincter your talking about, it could be the beginning of hemorrhoids or it could be an abcess at the area of an anal fistula. Better get that checked out by a doctor.
Yes, it could be scar tissue or a muscle knot. A lump on the back could be connected to a severe problem for the entire body. You need to be more descriptive about a lump. This could be a muscle knot or it could be a cancerous growth. Severe or insignificant must be assessed after a proper diagnosis. This requires more info.
You were in a wreck 11 days ago and you had severe trauma to your right breast Now you have a huge lump in your breast and it hurts and is annoying Will this go away Is this normal?
My father in law has a growing lump on the top of his head that he has had for the past five years. What could it be?
Upper Esophageal sphincter Lower Esophageal sphincter Pyloric sphincter (Located at the junction between the stomach and the small intestine) Ileocecal sphincter Internal anal sphincter External anal sphincter I was always taught 1. Cardiac sphincter 2. Pyloric sphincter 3. Hepatopancreatic sphincter 4. Ileocaecal 5. Internal anal 6. External anal
Any lump on your testicles should be checked with a doctor. Don't waste time. It could be an infection or a swelling that can be treated with antibiotics. It could be a cyst of fluid (usually separate from the testicle), and it could be a dangerous lump. Get the doctor to check it. Always. See Related Links below.
A sphincter is a ring of muscle which surrounds an opening of the body, which constricts and relaxes as required for usual bodily functioning. There are various types of bodily sphincter, such as the pupillary sphincter of the eye, the oesophageal sphincter, the urethral sphincter, and two anal sphincters.
This could just be a benign tumour (not cancerous) or a cyst, which are usually harmless providing they don't obstruct the hamster's usual behavior or organs. However, it could be cancerous, and hamsters are small enough for the cancer to spread quickly and viciously. Vets could remove the lump, but hamsters are tiny and the anesthetic could kill them just as easily as the lump itself.