Acta Orthopaedica et Traumatologica Turcica

A case of a ganglion cyst originating from the hip joint and surgical outcome

AOTT 2002; 36: Supplement 76-78
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Abstract

Ganglion cysts are the most common soft tissue tumors of the hand, wrist, and foot. However, those originating from the hip joint are not so frequent. This case report presents a 36-year-old woman who complained of pain in the right groin. A diagnosis of atypical ganglion cyst of the hip was made and the lesion was surgically removed. The diagnosis was confirmed histopathologically. No complaints were observed after a follow-up period of 18 months.

Özet

Ganglion kistleri ayak, el ve el bileğinde görülen en sık yumuşak doku tümörleridir. Kalça ekleminden kaynaklanan ganglion kisti ise sık görülmez. Sağ kasık anteriorda ağrı şikayeti ile başvuran, yapılan incelemelerde atipik yerleşimli ganglion kisti tanısıyla ameliyat edilen ve histopatolojik tanısı ganglion kisti olan 36 yaşındaki kadın hasta cerrahi sonucu ile birlikte sunuldu. Ameliyat sonrası 18 aylık takibinde hastada herhangi bir şikayet gözlenmedi.

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