Picture 1: Wrist ganglions arising from the back of the hand most commonly originate from the wrist joint underneath
Picture 2: The commonest location for wrist ganglion - posterior (back) aspect of the joint
Picture 3: Wrist ganglion
Picture 4: Sac-like lesions can be extensive and present as a cluster of several small ganglions
Picture 5: Scar at the back of the wrist 3 months after ganglion removal
Picture 6: MRI deliniation of a ganglion
Picture 7: A tiny, usualy very painful, ganglions can be located within the deep wrist ligaments and only detectable by a MRI
I am grateful to all patients who have kindly agreed for their pictures to be used here.