Re: my 2 year old son has a lump
i would think just considering where this actually is and that it is non attached that any doc could simply excise this right out and get rid of it. it would probably just take a very small type of incision and it could be pushed right out. then they of course would send it to a pathology lab just to really see what its make up really is( this kind of a standard procedure anytime they remove anything from inside our bodies). this could just be a simple type of calcification or even a tiny little cystlike lump. but i would make certain this new doc just 'does' something with it. it really does NOT sound like some ominous type of lump, just kinda there, ya know? i do hope this new doc will just do something here to rid his body of something that should not actually be there. please let me know how things go. good luck, marcia
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