A painful bump at the back of the skull could be the result of hitting one's head against something hard. The bump could also be a bug bite or a sting, or might even be a scratch or cut.
i think if you have a bump on the back of your skull, you are getting a tumor.
No. The brain is inside the skull. The bump is outside.
See a doctor.
There are a few ways to get a bump on the skull. A person could for example bump their head.
External Occipital Protuberance (crest)
No. But it may or may not be a symptom of a disease. You might just have an unusually shaped skull (or even a usually shaped skull which you have misinterpretted as a bump).
If a child has a bump on the head that is painful to the touch, you should seek medical attention. This can range from a fall or a tumor.
It is an ingrown hair; see a dermatologist.
This bump is called the external occipital protuberance.
The bony bump that is found on the back of the head on most dogs, is called a stoll. It has nothing to do with the intelligence of the dog. It is just a part of the skull.