Human Anatomy and Physiology

What is lump on your back near your hip and kidney?

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2011-11-26 19:10:46
2011-11-26 19:10:46

A "new" lump on your body is never normal. It could be a cyst. It could be cancer. Or it could be nothing to worry about. This is one of those situations where you need to go to a doctor. In person. No one is able to (or will) diagnose you online, whether they have medical training or not. You only have one body. Don't chance something serious on the response of strangers online. Please contact a health professional immediately.

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