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Ganglion removal

Occasionally, small sacs of liquids or nodes stuck to the joint or tendon in the wrist area may appear. These nodes are usually benign but can be removed or removed by professionals to avoid pain or for pure aesthetics.

Wrist Ganglion Removal Procedure

In the affected area, the appropriate and timely intervention created by the medical surgeon will be performed. A cut will be made in the lymph node area so that it can be easily removed.

After the intervention, the area will be closed with internal stitches or on the skin.

Risks of Wrist Ganglia Removal

Common Risk

  • Enlargement of the ganglia: the ganglia will reappear at any time.

Rare Risks

  • Numbness.
  • Damage to ligaments.
  • Infection.
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