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Ultrasound Case: Radial Volar Ganglion Cyst . Diagnosis: Radial Volar Ganglion Cyst Displacing the Radial Artery. History: None Findings: Three dimensional image showing radial artery and vein draped over wrist ganglion. Treatment: Surgery or aspiration with cortisone. Slide 1 of 2.

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ultrasound case radial volar ganglion cyst
Ultrasound Case: Radial Volar Ganglion Cyst
  • Diagnosis: Radial Volar Ganglion Cyst Displacing the Radial Artery.
  • History: None
  • Findings: Three dimensional image showing radial artery and vein draped over wrist ganglion.
  • Treatment: Surgery or aspiration with cortisone.

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Ultrasound Case: Radial Volar Ganglion Cyst
  • Diagnosis: Radial Volar Ganglion Cyst Displacing the Radial Artery.
  • History: None
  • Findings: Paired artery and vein are apparent in this projection.
  • Treatment: Surgery or aspiration with cortisone.

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