Acrel’s ganglion

acrel’s ganglion

Acrel’s ganglion Ac·rel’s ganglion (āk’rəlz)

A pseudoganglion on the posterior interosseous nerve on the dorsal aspect of the wrist joint.

A cyst on a tendon of an extensor muscle at the level of the wrist.

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