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Journal of the Korean Society for Surgery of the Hand 1999;4(1):113-116.
Published online January 1, 1999.
Intraosseous Ganglion of the Lunate -A Case Report-
Jae Sung Seo,Ik Soo Choi
월상골 골내 결절종 -증례 보고 1례-
Intraosseous ganglion of the lunate is an uncommon lesion and cause of wrist pain, although ganglia are frequently found in close proximities to joints and tendon sheaths. A case of intraosseous ganglion of the lunate is presented. A 28-year-old man presented with 2-year history of progressive right wrist pain. No history of trauma was presented. Conservative treatments with physical therapy and anti-inflammatory medication were unsuccessful. No palpable masses were present. Wrist motion was slightly limited. Radiographic studies revealed a lucent area with a sclerotic margin with the lunate that was deformed. The patient underwent curettage of the lunate lesion and bone grafting with iliac bone.

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