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Lupus Cysts Wrist Lupus Or Lupus Cysts Wrist Cysts
A cyst is a structure or mass that consists of a cellular lined sac. It is typically filled with fluid but may be filled with solid material. It can be congenital, traumatic, or acquired. They may develop nearly anywhere in the body and usually require complete excision for eradication or they are likely to recur. Fluid filled sacs that are not cellular lined ...Read more
Various: Most cysts that come from the wrist reflect a small amount of damage to the wrist joint. They swell up when the wrist swells from increased use or trauma. They can be aspirated (sucked out), left alone, or removed. There is always a chance that it will come back, since there is underlying damage to the wrist. Depending on the location, there is a very small chance of something more serious. ...Read more
Ganglion Cyst: I assume you are asking about a ganglion cyst, which commonly occurs on the dorsum of the wrist. The cheapest, most effective treatment is to rupture the cy"st by striking it sharply with a heavy book. The cyst will rupture, and in many cases will not recur. If it does, it's easy to "retreat." You can find a number of demonstrations on YouTube by googling Ganglion Cyst Treatment Book." ...Read more
Numbness in pinky, pain in elbow and wrist. Cysts present in armpit. Could they be causing a pinch in my ulnar nerve?
Is it weird to go to the doctor for two problems? I have a possible wrist cyst that hurts a lot but I also have muscle problems or spurrs in my ankle
Not at all: Lacey, Family Medicine or Internal Medicine doctors are used to handling multiple issues at once. Their job is to care for a spectrum of problems. While a specialist may just handle one problem at a time, feel free to mention your multiple issues to your primary care doctor. Hope this helps! ...Read more