Ganglion cyst aspiration and steroid injection

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One will just eventually recover several days after the ganglion cyst surgery. Your mobility is basically not limited following the aspiration. As a matter of fact, your doctor may ask you to gradually move the affected joint. Nonetheless, it’s a different case when one undergoes a surgery because you may have to use the splint for at least 10 days after the surgery. This, however, was negated and proven to be wrong. The affected joint should instead be mobilized after surgery. You may also be referred by your doctor for occupational therapy but this will also depend on your capacity to easily return in to doing your activities of daily living.

Ganglion cyst aspiration and steroid injection

ganglion cyst aspiration and steroid injection

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