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It probably is bone. Your skull is not flat, it has hollows and ridges in it. It could also be a harmless cyst that has developed. I wouldn't worry about it.

Q: What could a hard lump that feels like bone be that does not move and hurts when pressure is applied and is a little smaller than a ping pong ball about 1 or 2 inches above the right ear?

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18.11 inches - or a little over 1ft 6in

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25 cm is a little bit less than 10 inches.

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