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Bilateral Parapelvic Cysts
Here are...: It is a common round space of variable diameters from few mm to many cm incidentally found in scrotal US for evaluating some pain / ache in the sac; it is usually located at globus major of epididymis. Such cyst may present as single or multiple like a cluster. More detail? Ask Urologist for detail. ...Read more
A cyst is a structure or mass that consists of a cellular lined sac. It is typically filled with fluid but may be filled with solid material. It can be congenital, traumatic, or acquired. They may develop nearly anywhere in the body and usually require complete excision for eradication or they are likely to recur. Fluid filled sacs that are not cellular lined ...Read more
Patients with adpckd, a hereditary condition, can also have cysts in the liver, pancreas, and spleen.
Simple kidney cysts are not associated with cysts in other organs. ...Read more
Where and how long?: Where are these cysts? In the ovaries? ...Read more
What does "bilateral minute cysts, probably physiologic" in ovary means? Should I do something about it?
Normal: Women typically ovulate when not using hormonal contraception. The process of ovulation creates ovarian cysts, which are known as "physiologic" or natural to the body. There is not much to do. Usually these cysts will go away as you progress through your menstrual cycle. Some physicians may choose to repeat an ultrasound in 3 months to follow the cyst progression or resolution. ...Read more
Bilateral parotitie with intraparotid lymphnodes and few lympho epithelial cysts treatement for 28 years old female?
The findings presented here sounds like a biopsy report, probbaly it was done to rule out a growth or malignancy.
Parotid gland itself has constellation of lymph glands. This finding looks benign, if it has infection have it treated with antibiotics. ...Read more
Cysts: Renal cysts are small collections of fluid in the kidneys. They occur quite frequently in people and are often only discovered when doing a routine exam for another reason. Most renal cysts do not have any medical significance but it would be reasonable to discuss with doctor. ...Read more
Possibly: The word complex is thrown around a lot in ultrasound but it is actually pretty worthless. There are things that look "complex" but are benign and can easily be identified as such and similar with malignant lesions. It really depends what it actually looks like. Were there any other descriptors of the lesion. ...Read more
Benign: Follicular cysts are a result of normal ovarian function. ...Read more
Thick walled bilateral adnexal cyst, right sided with g septations 5.6cm, left with high density content 7.8cm, does it require surgery?
Perhaps: The right sided cyst sounds lke it may be a complex rather than a simple cyst and is likely to be causing you problems if it hasen't already. I presume your findings are per ultrasound. I would follow suggestions by you gne physician but it sounds like it may need to be resected. Either that or watchful waiting i.e. Repeat ultrasound. It may cause more pain during ovulation. ...Read more
I had large bilateral kidney cysts drained at age 35. I feel the discomfort of their return. How likely is it I will develop cysts on other organs?
Less likely: We're you diagnosed with poly cystic kidney disease? If so you can develop cysts in pancreas / liver and sometimes aneurysms in the brain. If you don't have many cysts in both sides and just one then it is not pckd. ...Read more
Just ovarian cysts: Every woman of reproductive age forms cysts during her cycles--the process of ovulation forms cysts. Often these resolve/shrink, but unfortunately some don't and may enlarge resulting the "ovarian cyst" many have them and may not have symptoms. Some people have large ones and may cause pain. Some twist on themselves and cause torsion. If you concerns, consult doc. Good luck. ...Read more
Here are some...: The prognosis is good - very good although all medical care is based on indirect evidence from continual collection & analysis of prior experience. From now on, to fit your clinical scenario, it is advisable to have kidney US annually for 2-3 yrs, and after that, once every 2-3 yrs in conjunction with blood renal function test annually to monitor renal function as for? Adult polycystic diseases... ...Read more
Not much, but: Need a follow up ultrasound in a few years to see if increasing suggestive of polycystic kidney disease (pkd). If this is the case there is a chance to lose kidney function over long years. It is not a cancer. But increasing cysts number and size can overtake kidneys. Chances are, none of that will happen to you. But, better safe than sorry. Pkd is a benign and slow condition but may cause failure. ...Read more
I had a ultra sound done and the results say I have a bilateral epididymal cyst. How are these treated? Please help
Here are some...: For an 18-y-o man, the incidental finding of epididymal cysts should be left alone because almost all these are benign and any procedures done to these areas will pose a high odd of blocking the tubes like that after vasectomy. So, leave them alone. More? Seek counseling from urologists or contact me at www/healthtap. Com/dr-Lin via RQPWJC to login. ...Read more
I have a bilateral fairly large multi-separated cystic ovarian masses, right is 6.8 by 6.4cm while left is 7.3 by 7.1cm. Is surgery to only way out?
Usually normal: Most babies with choroid plexus cysts in the brain are normal, and almost all cysts go away by the end of the second trimester. But cysts can also be a marker for a problem called trisomy 18, which means an extra chromosome 18 in every cell of a baby's body. A maternal fetal medicine doctor can do an ultrasound and look for any other sign of trisomy 18. ...Read more
No.: "bilateral renal cysts" means that both kidneys (right and left) contain cysts. While some kidney cancers may be cystic, most renal cysts are benign. It would be good to ask the doctor who ordered the imaging study that found the renal cysts what he/she thinks of these cysts and the likelihood that they might be cancer. Every case is unique. Hope that this helps. ...Read more
My father was diagnosed bilateral renal cortical cysts. He is 73yrs of age. He has BP. Whether its a problem for him?
Renal cysts: Generally these can be observed unless they get infected. He should be seen by a kidney doctor (nephrologist. ...Read more
Dr said that I have bilateral ovarian cyst measured (r=3.9cm x 3.3cm x 4.6cm) (l = 2.1 CM x 1.6 CM x 1.8 cm)is it normal or do I need surgery?
I recently found out I have bilateral ovarian cysts. I've been in a lot of pain because of it. Is there anything I should be aware of or should check?
Severe changes: With cysts, they make the ovary heavier and it is possible for the ovary to twist. If you have severe pain, nausea, vomiting, you might need emergency surgical care to prevent the ovaries from twisting too much, which can block the blood supply and kill off the ovary (torsion). Otherwise they can be followed or treated depending on the shape and size. ...Read more
2nd time in 3 months an U/S has shown bilateral ovarian cysts. But I thought only one ovary ovulates each month? R ovary hurts, cyst is 1cm.
Hi I have been recently diagnosed with prominent bilateral maxillary antral mucous retention cysts. Should I be worried, could they be cancerous?
I've had multiple bilateral simple renal cysts for a few years. Recent ultrasound shows internal echoes in one of them. Can simple cyst turn complex?
Yes: A simple cyst can become more complex if bleeding or infection occurs within it. Rarely, intracystic malignancy can occur. If it is just some low level echoes, it is probably nothing to worry about. If there are multiple renal cysts, it is not uncommon for one or two to have some internal echoes. If there are no suspicious features, sometimes they are ignored, followed with serial US, or f/uCT ...Read more
US shows bilateral cysts (1.4 & 1.8cm). Normally have midcycle pain on one side, but I'm having pain on both sides. IUD placed 8/18 and is in endocerv. Canal, internal os & distal endomet stripe. What's the most likely cause of my pain? LMP 8/11.
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