Sonography of ankle Ganglia with pathologic correlation in 10 pediatric and adult patients.

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OBJECTIVE We describe the sonographic imaging characteristics of ankle ganglia with pathologic correlation in 10 patients. CONCLUSION Foot and ankle ganglia exhibit a spectrum of sonographic appearances from round and completely anechoic masses to hypoechoic, multilobulated, multiseptated masses with dependent debris. All the ganglionic cysts examined in our study showed posterior acoustic enhancement without solid nodules on sonography.

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@article{Ortega2002SonographyOA, title={Sonography of ankle Ganglia with pathologic correlation in 10 pediatric and adult patients.}, author={Robert E Ortega and David Paul Fessell and Jon Arthur Jacobson and Julie Qiaojin Lin and Marnix T van Holsbeeck and Curtis W. Hayes}, journal={AJR. American journal of roentgenology}, year={2002}, volume={178 6}, pages={1445-9} }