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an encapsulated neural structure consisting of a collection of cell bodies or neurons

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The histological analysis showed the presence of at least three different cell types in the ganglions: granular, glial and neurosecretory.
Ganglions are the most common soft tissue masses of the hand and wrist.
compared two methods of aspiration followed by triamcinolone injection and surgical excision for treatment of wrist ganglions. They found a recurrence rate of 8.4% and 21.5% respectively and concluded that intracystic steroid injection into the cyst was a safe mode of treatment.
Ganglion and synovial cysts have been described arising in other joints causing symptoms of locking.
A total of 60 patients with wrist ganglions were included in the study having an average age of 36.5 12.2 years with a minimum age of 16 and a maximum age of 60 years.
Ailesel idiopatik bazal ganglion kalsifikasyonu (Fahr hastaligi) bazal ganglionlar, dentat nukleus ve sentrum semiovalede bilateral idiopatik kalsifikasyon birikimleri olarak tanimlanmaktadir (1).
The researchers conducted the same experiment with mice whose Grueneberg ganglions had been surgically removed.
The vessels supplying totally 14 numbers on the right and left the cranial cervical ganglions were determined in the roe deer.
[7] Though most ganglions are painless yet pain may be the chief presenting complaint.
The natural history of ganglions is unknown, and few well conducted studies have evaluated the resolution of untreated ganglions.
Objective: There are several types of treatment modalities for wrist ganglions. The aim of the study was to assess the effectiveness of cyst aspiration and methyl prednisolone acetate injection with double IV cannula rather than sharp pointed needle, as a new technique in the treatment of volar ganglia.
A ganglion cyst is a fluid-filled swelling that usually develops near a joint or tendon, most commonly on the wrists (and particularly the back of the wrist), hands and fingers.
Peripheral neuropathies caused by ganglion cysts are quite rare, especially in the lower extremities.
The article provides anatomic information about cervicothoracic ganglion in roe deer.