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Swelling in hand
Hi, I have this swelling in hand for last many years and it pains rarely.. but today it is paining a lot to open and close the wrist. What to do?
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Hello. The photo and history point towards a dorsal ganglion cyst probably with a sudden increase in size which might require a sonography of that area, and based on that further management can be decided.
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sonography of the wrist
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Ice application for about 15-20 mins will help decrease the pain. can take over the counter painkillers.
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Its a dorsal ganglion cyst, benign condition, needs management only if its causing pressure symptoms
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Don’t cause rupture of cyst with blunt force
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Get Usg of wrist
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It looks like a Ganglion Cyst, Because it started paining, better to evaluate
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High Resolution Ultrasound of the Wrist
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It's Ganglion Cyst
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Do USG local part
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Wear Wrist Band Consult with me for more details on practo
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