Xue Heng

Hi, Steve. Here is a new case related to this topic.
The patient was a 76-year-old male, with palpable mass on the palmar side of left hand.
A hypoechoic nodule was observed superficial to the flexor tendon, with increased blood flow.
When the patient flexed his finger, we saw the tendon sliding beneth mass, while the mass kept stationary.
Can we conclude the mass is outside the tendon sheath, and it was not a GCT?
Thank you, Steve.

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