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A nodule or tumor on the prostate gland is essentially the same thing. They are both abnormal growths. However, people often use the word nodule for a benign growth. They more often think of a tumor as cancer. However, not all tumors are cancerous. To learn more about tumors, whether benign or malignant, see our dedicated article here.What is the meaning of a nodule?
A nodule is a growth of abnormal tissue. Nodules can develop just below the skin. They can also develop in deeper skin tissues or internal organs. The thyroid gland and lymph nodes may develop nodules as well.What is an example of a nodule?
Nodules can also develop in internal tissues. For example, a granuloma is a small clump of cells that forms when tissue is inflamed. Inflammation often occurs due to an infection or an autoimmune reaction, which occurs when your body overreacts to its own tissues.Do nodules go away on their own?
At this stage, the hard lumps in the palm are called nodules. They may go away on their own in a small number of patients, but they usually progress. They can stay for months or years before anything else happens, says Eaton. Although many types of treatment have been tried for early stages, few have shown a benefit.