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Sebaceous Cyst

The term “sebaceous cyst” is applied to a number of different types of cysts, causing some confusion. Sebaceous cysts are not cancerous, but cancerous growths can sometimes be mistaken for cysts. If not completely removed, sebaceous cysts can return repeatedly. Laymen and medical professionals alike often erroneously use the term “sebaceous cyst” to refer to a range of cysts with…

Trigger Finger

Trigger finger is a common affliction that prevents full movement of one or more fingers. Most cases of trigger finger don’t require surgery. Procedures for trigger finger surgery are safe and have high success rates. Trigger finger isn’t dangerous. However, it can be more than just a nuisance. For those who rely on their hands for their work, it can…