Femoral swelling is a swelling or mass in the region of the inner thigh. It is closely located next to the inguinal region and any swelling must be distinguished from inguinal swelling (groin swelling). Causes include a femoral hernia, a
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Causes of a femoral swelling or a femoral mass include:
- Femoral hernia
- Femoral lymph node enlargement (swollen lymph node).
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- Swelling: Swelling is the body’s response to various types of attacks. Localized swelling may appear in any particular body region
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- Masses: A mass in the body is a solid lump of body tissue or some other substance. Tumors including benign tumors
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- Inguinal Swelling: An inguinal swelling or mass is a swelling in the region of the groin. A femoral swelling is a swelling
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- Abscess: An abscess is a lump that is filled with pus. It differs from a cyst, which is full of fluid
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- Swollen Lymph Nodes: Swollen lymph nodes, or lymph glands, are a common symptom in infection and disease. The medical term is Lymphadenopathy. There
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