Lumps On The Back Of The Wrist When Bent?
On the back of my outer wrist there was a lump when bent. Is that serious?
Hello Elda, thank you for asking to HealthReplies.com.
Introduce me Dr. Rio will answer your question.
Because of the limited data I have about your complaint, and I can't check it directly, I can't give a definitive diagnosis of the type of lump that happened to you. However, these lumps can be caused by several types of diseases such as:
Ganglion. Lipoma Soft tissue tumor - benign tumor in the tissue. Bone structure abnormalities. Some of the above abnormalities can be distinguished based on direct examination by a doctor. The doctor will complete the history of your complaint, perform a physical examination of the lump that occurred, and supporting examinations such as biopsy of tissue, x-rays, etc. in accordance with the indications found during your examination. If you need specialist treatment you will be referred to a surgeon.
Right now what you can do is:
Avoid doing massage, or massage on the lumps that you experience. Evaluate other complaints that you might feel. Avoid excessive activity with your hands with bumps. Avoid bumps on the bump. Avoid smoking and alcohol. That's all the answers I can give, thank you very much. :)