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Could a retro cerebellar cyst 4.7 1.3 CM cause neck pain headaches other things of that nature? Ct brain showed it in the e.R. ?
Go to your Doctor: Please go see your family doctor. This is the very reason you have a family doctor: to navigate the simple and complex problems of your health care. They can get the er notes and reports from the scan and know where to go next. You will not find the answer to this on the internet. Please follow up with your family physician as was recommended in the er. ...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
I read online " small left parasagittal retrocerebellar arachnoid cyst with minimal local mass effect on the left cerebellar hemisphere" what is that and does it have an effect on behavior or brain or health?
Mri report says, MRI signs arachnoids cyst middle cranial fossa on the right. Ectopia of the cerebellar tonsils in a big hole for tylochneo.Remedy?
Arachnoid cyst: Arachnoid cysts are now commonly found on MR studies. If the cyst is small and not causing clinical symptoms there they are rarely treated surgically. ...Read more
Depends: Every situation like this is unique. It depends upon the exact type and position of the cyst. Many cysts found on scans are not a cause for concern---in fact, many people have them and never are aware if it because they have no need for the scan in the first place! the important thing is to talk to the doctor who ordered the scan about what is causing it and if there needs to be any concern. ...Read more
Depends: If the cyst is causing pressure effects such as headaches, water on the brain, loss of balance or brainstem dysfunction, then the cyst should be drained or removed. If your cyst is not causing symptoms, simple observation may be all that's needed. Of course if the "cyst" is not truly a cyst but a cystic tumor, surgery is needed. ...Read more
Not necessarily rela: A cyst in cerebellum does not necessarily corelate with vertigo. Cysts in cerebellum are generally asymptomatic and do not need any treatment. Try medications for vertigo in adequate dosage. Surgical options should be considered after extremely careful confidence that cause of vertigo is definitely cyst. ...Read more
I have an epidermoid cyst close to my cerebellum. Is it true that birth control pills can stimulate the growth?
No: After searching the literature I have been unable to find any information to suggest that birth control pills stimulate the growth of cutaneous lesions. Are you sure you have the correct diagnosis? Oral contraceptive pills do lower testosterone levels and skin oils are stimulated by testosterone so if anything they would benefit an epidermoid cyst. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a chiari 1 malformation, and an arachnoid cyst, how do I know if I am a candidate for surgery?
See a neurosurgeon: Depending on the location of the arachnoid cyst and the degree of cerebellar tonsilar ectopia from your chiari, you may well be a surgical candidate. Posterior fossa arachnoid cysts are a common cause of secondary chiari malformations(if the cyst is large enough to create increased pressure, it can push the bottom of the cerebellum through the foramen magnum, causing the chiari). See neurosurgeo. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Is a 4mm chiari, small cyst in the diploic in left parietal calvarium, and vascalar flow in the basal condylar veins something to be worried about?
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