Surgical intervention is the only way to remove a dangerous cyst. And if the patient is properly prepared for the operation and will fulfill all the recommendations of the surgeon during the recovery period, then the procedure will not implement any complications. More details about the specifics of the hygromas removal and the features of this mass can be found here.
Depending on the stage of neoplasm development, doctors use two methods of treating hygroma:
It is possible to distinguish 3 variants of complications during the recovery period of the patient after removal of the skin neoplasms
A correct preparation for an operation used to remove a cyst can completely eliminate the possibility of any complications in the patient. So, it is very important to follow all the instructions of the surgeon during the rehabilitation of the joint, tendons, nerves and muscles of the arm.
If the neoplasm appeared in the patient once more, it can mean that:
The recovery period after removal of the hygroma is short enough, but it requires some effort and patience from the patient. The proximity of abartrosis to the neoplasm located on the wrist creates the likelihood of loss of joint mobility. The excessive scarring of tissues can lead to this. In order to avoid such complications, the doctors impose a bandage and a splint onto the patient's arm. It fixes the joint of the hand well and does not interfere with the processing of the suture and changing of the bandage during the restoration of muscles, tendons, nerves and skin.
The term of patient's use of the splint on the joint of the hand and the application of the bandage varies within the limits of 3-4 weeks after the operation. Its duration is directly related to the location of the neoplasm and the level of complexity of a particular case. During the rehabilitation period, it is worth to reduce the load of wrist suffered from the hygroma to a minimum, change the bandages and treat the suture in proper time. When the patient is dismissed, the surgeon will recommend a set of exercises to restore joint mobility.