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Last Updated: 05 May 2022

Ganglions are small sacs loaded with clear, jelly-like fluid that commonly look like bumps on the wrists and hands. A ganglion can grow out of a joint capsule, which secures the joint and borders, or a tendon sheath, which covers the ligament. The majority of people with ganglions observe that the bumps show up suddenly.

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