Bilateral lunate intraosseous ganglia

@article{Pablos1998BilateralLI,
  title={Bilateral lunate intraosseous ganglia},
  author={Jl Mart{\'i}n de Pablos and Jos{\'e} A. Vald{\'e}s and Francisco Romero Gavil{\'a}n},
  journal={Skeletal Radiology},
  year={1998},
  volume={27},
  pages={708-710}
}
An intraosseous ganglion is a relatively uncommon, benign, cyst-like lesion that occurs in young and middle-aged adults. Most commonly seen adjacent to the hip, ankle, knee, or wrist, they are histologically identical to their soft tissue counterparts. A review of the literature revealed only two previously reported examples of bilateral symmetrical ganglia of the lunate bones. 
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