Intra-Osseous Ganglion of Scaphoid and Lunate Bones
M. Kligman, M. Roffman
Dept. of Surgery, Carmel Medical Center, Haifa
We present a patient with intra-osseous ganglion of the left scaphoid and lunate bone. These were excised and a bone graft inserted. 1 year after operation the patient was free of pain, without limitation of wrist motion. Intra-osseous ganglion of the carpal bone is not common and lunate and scaphoid intra-osseous ganglion has rarely been reported. Awareness of this condition may lead to earlier diagnosis and treatment, with satisfactory outcome.