In the past 2-3 weeks the lump has tripled. On xray it appears there appears to be some inflammation and possible fluid. He says it's not painful. Again, on xray it appears to be larger than a softball. It is very hard and only seems to be getting bigger. I actually am a nurse at the facility, but have never seen such. My younger son has an obvious xiphoid process "lump". However, his has not changed or grown.....Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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