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Good Morning and welcome to Just answer. I am Dr. Loretta, a licensed veterinarian and I am happy to answer your question.
If this lump is in the same area as the hematoma, this is most likley scar tissue secondary to this hematoma. if this is not painful and does not bother Honey, this is the most likely cause that will not require treatment. There is a slight chance that this could be a cancerous but it is unlikley given Honey's age. It is good to have your vet examine this area and possibly xray but I doubt that this will be a problem for Honey.
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Sincerely, Dr. Loretta
hi, no the last haematoma was on honeys ear when she injured it shaking her head, vet released build up of blood and fluid by syring this is different site but is lump is bigger and now hard to the touch causing honey to run off, no blood in her poo she seems her usual self is eating properly, just seeking reassurance that she will be ok til monday thankyou for getting back to me