Hard Bony Lump on Finger Joint?

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There are many reasons for a hard bony lump on the joint of your finger. However, ganglion cysts are of the most common. The lump is due to the leakage of fluid from your joints. This fluid is a lubricating fluid that keeps your joints flexible and moving well. The fluid usually escapes through a small hole in the joint. Even if the hole is small, this can still cause a lump to form on your finger. Your doctor will give you special instructions as to how you should treat this problem.
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