Problem description: There is a pimple on the wrist. I suspect a ganglion cyst. I haven’t undergone a formal examination, and I don’t know what department to check. I have found it for many years, but I don’t remember the specific years. At least three years, I don’t feel anything at ordinary times, and I don’t feel anything if I don’t touch it. Pressing will cause pain. It’s hard to press down. It is difficult to find under normal conditions, but it is more obvious when bending the wrist, and I want to go to the hospital for thorough treatment. What kind of disease should be preliminarily judged, and which department should I go to for treatment and examination?
Question date:2021-02-17
Patient information:Age: 29 years old Gender: Male
Question analysis: Hello, according to your description and the picture, this situation is still considering the presence of a ganglion cyst.
Guide and suggestion: This is a benign lesion. Generally speaking, if it does not affect life, then this situation can be left untreated. If treatment is really needed, it is recommended to go to the hospital for orthopedic surgery treatment.
Recommendations are for reference only. If the problem is serious, please go to the hospital for detailed inspection