Lump on zygomatic

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281728 tn?1190433387 Feeling a funny hard lump sensation on the right ummm, well zygomatic process, to the right of the eye and into the temple. funny, but other than that, remarkably unremarkable.
Avatar f tn On the L side of my face, nestled right under my Zygomatic arch there is a thickening of tissue that 'fills' and becomes a hard mass, depending on my head position. As long as my head is upright it remains empty, if I do a headstand or sleep L side down it swells painfully. The lump is hard, discreet and nonmobile. This happened initially perhaps 6 or 7 years ago. My doctor referred me to my dentist who referred me back to the doctor, but then it stopped happening, and I stopped worrying.
Avatar m tn Over the past 10 days the cheek has improved substantially however I still have the small lump (though it has softened somewhat) and a very red eye ball on the side the contact occured. I have had no vision impairments or associate symptoms. I have no ongoing pain in the area. A friend of mine is a chiropractor and conducted a quick X-Ray 3 days after then incident that appeared to show no breaks.
646413 tn?1224621669 But when I get a migraine, the throbbing blood vessel next to it moves the lump and my temple is VERY sensitive. I don't have this lump on my right side. I should note that my migraines begin on the left side of my head and only the severe ones make it to the right side. I've also had bouts of vertigo and dizziness since 2004, and ringing in my left ear since late 2007.
Avatar n tn The nhs surgeon cut around the initial scar which was about 2 cm in length and 3 mm in width running vertically on my cheekbone. He then scraped away the lump which was a lump of tissue formed by the radiesse. The lump was directly above my cheekbone and the surgeon scraped away the top part of my cheekbone as he was scraping the lump.
Avatar n tn My brother-in-law fell on the ice back in February, broke the maxillary bone, and orbital, had to have reconstructive surgery, he has damage to his trigeminal nerve, lip numbness, painful teeth, and achey around his entire eye. Get to a doc and have a brain MRI done, this can be serious if not treated. The ER actually wanted to life flight my brother-in-law to Pittsburgh, they told him there that if you have a fracture in your face and just a little sliver of bone can go to your brain.
748543 tn?1463449675 Brody, relied heavily on out dated and narrow perspective supplied to her by a small group of dentists. The information provided to her would lead one to believe that TMD ( or "TMJ' as it is wrongly called by many) is easy to treat and self-manage or that it may all be in the patient's mind. The sources in the article stated that, "TMJ problems were originally thought to be caused by dental Malocclusion but that this was an infrequent cause of the problem".
Avatar n tn Without any further description, the EMT put his finger right on the lump and told me I had arthritis of the hyoid bone. He gave me some anti-inflamaty drugs. While I was relieved that the EMT recognized my symptoms, I have occasional doubts that something more serious is going on. It really helps me to have you all reporting the same symptoms and concluding its the hyoid bone. I never had any trauma to the neck.
Avatar n tn I had cervical surgery on August 28th. 8 screws, 2 pins and bone fusion on 5 of my 7 cervical discs. I am on no meds but I have this really strange feeling that I might be having a reaction to the titanium. At no certain times, during no certain functions I get like this brain fuzz/fog (sort of electrical buzz) that lasts for only a second or two. During some of them there is a chemical/metal type smell that only I smell. Has ANYONE else had this.