a benign ball of fluid that grows on a tendon or joint
a benign mass that develops in the hand
a benign (non-cancerous) ball of fluid that grows on the membrane or sheath that covers these tendons and joints
a bump or mass that forms under the
a collection of fluid that forms a lump on either the front or back of the wrist
a firm, fluid-filled lump that can suddenly appear on the front or back of the wrist or at the base of aCarpal Tunnel Syndrome Site also includes carpal tunnel syndrome exercise animations and a carpal tunnel syndrome question and answer board
a fluid filled cyst that usually appears on top of the wrist or on the back of the hand
a fluid-filled growth that is usually attached to either
a fluid-filled sac that arises from a nearby joint or tendon sheath
a fluid-filled sac that is usually attached to either a tendon sheath or a joint
a fluid filled sac that most commonly
a lump that is made up of the skin and fluid that covers joints
a small bump or mass that forms underneath the skin, often at the wrist or finger joints
a small bump which forms below the skin, often near tendons or close to the joint capsule of various joints
a small, fluid-filled sac which commonly develops in the hand or the wrist
a small lump on the wrist and are usually attached to either a
a soft tissue mass which can be benign or malignant
a swelling or mass that is usually seen on the back of the wrist but can also appear on the palm side of the wrist or at the base may be painful because of underlying problems other than a simple cyst
a swelling that usually occurs over the back of the hand or wrist
a swollen, closed sac under the skin
ganglion is a fluid-filled lump or cyst that forms beneath the skin, often on the back of the wrist or in the palm or near finger joints. They can swell when the joint is irritated dues to overuse of fingers and wrists, and often disappear with rest. If the ganglion is painful, it may restrict movement, and require medical attention.
When fluid from a joint makes a cyst near a joint which can cause discomfort. Back to the Top
A benign, knot-like, cystic tumour on a tendon sheath.
A ganglion cyst (also known as a bible bump) is a swelling that often appears on or around joints and tendons in the hand (or sometimes feet). The size of the cyst can vary over time, often becoming more inflamed if irritated. It is most frequently located around the wrist and on the fingers.