Coexisting secondary intraneural and vascular adventitial ganglion cysts of joint origin: a causal rather than a coincidental relationship supporting an articular theory

@article{Spinner2006CoexistingSI,
  title={Coexisting secondary intraneural and vascular adventitial ganglion cysts of joint origin: a causal rather than a coincidental relationship supporting an articular theory},
  author={Robert J Spinner and Bernd Walter Scheithauer and Nicholas M. Desy and Michael G. Rock and Frederik C. Holdt and Kimberly K. Amrami},
  journal={Skeletal Radiology},
  year={2006},
  volume={35},
  pages={734-744}
}
To introduce the clinical entity of an intraneural ganglion cyst coexisting with a vascular adventitial cyst arising from the same joint. Retrospective review. Two patients presented with predominantly deep peroneal neuropathy due to complex superior tibiofibular joint-related cysts. In addition to having peroneal intraneural ganglion cysts, these patients had vascular adventitial cysts: one involving a capsular arterial branch, the other a capsular vein [as well as a large, recurrent… CONTINUE READING

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