A ganglion is not a true neoplasm it's commonest location is
|A||Tendon sheath of the peroneus tendon|
|B||Dorsum of the wrist|
Dorsum of the wrist
A ganglion is a cystic lesion arising from joint capsule or tendon sheath. Ganglions are most common on the dorsum of the wrist, other locations being palm of the hand and dorsolateral aspect of the foot. They are thought to be the result of myxoid degeneration.