Many people get this and it can be as simple as the way you sleep or can be the start of Arthritis. You should have it checked out by a doctor. If it's your neck then go to a medical pharmacist and get a "spong roll." This is inserted along the inside edge of your pillow (between the pillow and the pillow case.) It works! I use one myself.
The collar bone
Supraclavicular is the term for "above the collar bone."Supraclavicular is the term for "above the collar bone" or clavicle.Supraclavicular means pertaining to above the collarbone.
Supra means abonve and clavicle is collar bone. Supraclavicle incision is an incision above the collar bone.
it is either the collar bone or the forearm (just above the wrist)
Above her left collar bone
Swollen glands above the collar bone can occur for many reasons. One of the main reasons is illness, such as a virus, or a bacterial infection of the throat.
No, the collar bones are above the sternum, which is also known as the breast bone located in the center of the thorax and connected to the rib cage.
Since you didn't specify in what area of the shoulder, I can only speak from my experience with a lump above the collar bone. As with any "new" lump, your best bet would be a have a MD check it out. I had a fair size lump above my left collar bone which turned out to be Hodgkins Lymphoma. So my advice is to see your MD. Good Luck, Kristin Hi - my husband had a lump just above the collar bone which suddenly appeared. It was secondary cancer from a stomach tumour. Get it checked out. All the best.
The clavicle or collar-bone.
No, the collar bone is the clavicle.
The anatomical name for the collar bone is the clavicle bone
The hip bone is called the pelvis and the collar bone is called the clavicle.
Collar bone is called CLAVICLE
The collar bone is called a clavicle.
it is basicly a collar it holds on to your arm bone
yes the is right above the collar bone
One thing that can cause left side of neck pain above a collar bone could be a stiff neck. If the pain does not go away, one should see a doctor.
Soft tissue is anything that's not hard tissue, i.e. bone. So soft tissue damage includes bruises, stab wounds, gun shots, burns etc. SO yes, soft tissue damage is painful.
The "thigh" bone = Femur The "collar" bone = Clavical
Hipbone is also called coxal bone and collar bone is called clavicle.
the purpose of the collar bone is so your shoulders can be balanced.
Your collar bone is a bone.!~ It is also known as your clavicle.
The anatomical name for collar bone is clavicle.
Another name for a collar bone is a Clavicle