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Ganglion Treatment in Singapore

Ganglion Cysts

About ganglion cysts

Ganglion cysts are fluid-filled sacs. They can occur at any joint in your body, but are most common around the wrist. Ganglion cysts may also appear on the feet.

Ganglion cysts form when the natural lubricating fluid leaks out of a joint or tendon, making a little sac (or cyst).

Managment-Operative Management

Surgical decision making is first dependent on whether a cyst is causing suprascapular nerve compression. If a ganglion cyst is present, then the cyst is a result of intra-articular pathology; in athletes, this frequently is because of a labral tear. The natural history of ganglion cysts about the shoulder is not known; however, it commonly […]

Evaluation-imaging

Imaging techniques to help in the evaluation of suprascapular nerve injury include the standard radiographic shoulder series, including an AP radiograph in which the beam is directed caudally by 15 to 30 degrees. The suprascapular notch also may be seen on the Stryker notch view.

Although plain radiographs usually are nondiagnositic, they can be useful […]

Biomechanics

During sports, repetitive microtrauma can damage the nerve in several ways, including entrapment and compression, traction and friction, direct trauma, as well as conditions affecting the brachial plexus in general. Besides direct effects on the nerve, intimal damage to the axillary or suprascapular artery has been proposed to result from direct trauma or friction that, […]