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Figure 3 (A, B): Known case of ganglion of the 5th toe. Noncompressed image (A) shows a lesion (arrow) that appears solid because of the presence of internal echoes. The lesion is compressible (B) and flattening of the anterior surface (arrowhead) is seen in response to compression.

Figure 3 (A, B): Known case of ganglion of the 5th toe. Noncompressed image (A) shows a lesion (arrow) that appears solid because of the presence of internal echoes. The lesion is compressible (B) and flattening of the anterior surface (arrowhead) is seen in response to compression.