My 13-year-old daughter has a lump in her left leg to the left of her shin. It is soft. It has been there about a year. When I first noticed it, it was only visible when she was standing and flexing. It is slowly growing. It started out the size of a pea. It is now the size of a large grape, and is visable without her flexing. A year ago when I first noticed it we took her to her pediatrician who ordered a xray. It showed nothing. Yesterday we followed up with her pediatrician who ordered an ultrasound.... It didn't show up on the ultrasound. They have now ordered an MRI for next week. Has anyone had anything like this or have a clue what this could be? Trying to be the patient mother :) Thank you!!Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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