When lesions or bumps appear on our palms, wrists, or fingers, we tend to blame it on injury, insect bites, or work-induced blisters. However, such symptoms can be an indication of bigger health problems.
Today Bright Side tells you why you should treat this issue with the utmost seriousness!
Medical science calls this a hygroma (ganglion cyst) of the wrist. It’s a benign formation that takes the form of a capsule or a cyst. Few people know that such bumps aren’t just an aesthetic blemish: they can pose a real threat to your well-being.
Most often, the bump appears on the wrist and can feel either taut or soft to the touch. But, in rare cases, it can also develop in the following spots:
- on the surface of the palm — in the center or closer to the thumb;
- on the inner surface of the fingers — in the region of the phalanx or the knuckle.