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Wrist MRI

Can anyone please help me with my MRI findings:

1. A T2 bright cystic-appearing lesion along the dorsal aspect of the carpal bones which most likely represents a ganglion cyst.

***I have no visible lump.

2. No evidence of fracture or bone marrow signal. Mild heterogeneity of the bone marrow of the lunate but without associated edema.

****I was previsouly looking up Keinbock's, my symptoms seemed to fit.  But Keinbocks is very rare.

3. Sapholunate and lunotriquetral ligaments and triangular fibrocartilage appear normal.

Thank you!
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