How To Deal With Recurrent Ganglion Cysts?
Hello, good night I want to ask, a few years ago I had ganglion surgery on the top of my first leg, the ganglion disappeared, then a few more years appeared and I did the second operation he disappeared, and now he appears again, what should I do besides surgery? Can through suction by injection? Thanks.
Lumps in the wrists of the limbs can arise due to several possible causes such as the formation of fluid-filled sacs or cysts, inflammation of the joints due to collisions or infections, abnormal growth of fat cells and others. Ganglion cyst itself is one that is often the cause. Ganglion cysts often occur on the wrists, legs, and other areas adjacent to the joint. Ganglion cysts themselves arise due to several risk factors such as joint injury, more often in women because of activities that make the risk of ganglion greater, but the exact cause of ganglion cysts is unknown.
For the management of ganglion cysts, several attempts can be made such as suctioning fluid or aspirations from the contents of the cyst and then corticosteroid drugs are injected to prevent the recurrence of ganglion cysts, reduce or hold back the movement so that the cysts shrink, and surgery to remove ganglion cysts. Check your condition with your doctor to find out what risks can be the cause of ganglion and determine the treatment that can be done according to your condition.
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