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- Pediatric Ganglions of the Hand and Wrist: A Review of Current LiteratureJournal of Hand SurgeryVol. 47Issue 6
- PreviewThe etiology, epidemiology, and treatment outcomes of ganglions in children have not been studied in depth. Most research has mainly focused on adults with this condition, with some research suggesting differing epidemiology and outcomes in the pediatric population. This review focuses on the existing literature on pediatric ganglions of the hand and wrist, highlighting 17 studies focused on prevalence and treatment outcomes. Within the pediatric population, epidemiology and outcomes differ depending on patient age.