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You know that muscle that runs through the middle of the neck? I was helping my 14 year old daughter with her biology class yesterday and we were locating some bones in the neck and the spine, when I noticed there is a lump on my neck muscle! I am not really worried, but I am, just a little bit. When does one need to be worried about lumps, and when not?

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Generally, lumps that are situated underneath the skin and are mobile, meaning you can move them, are benign. They are lipomas, or similar conditions. If your lumps seems to be attached to the muscle or, worse, to the skin, it could be serious. And if it seems to be attached to the bone, it could be an abnormal growth. Do get it checked out if you are in any doubt, though!
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