Ask the Experts: Ganglion Cysts

Q. What is a ganglion cyst, and how is it treated? A ganglion cyst is a firm, gelatinous-fluid-filled sac located just under the skin. It’s actually an outgrowth from the lining of a nearby joint or tendon sheath, to which it remains connected by a stalk. Such cysts typically occur in the wrist (usually the […]

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