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Cyst On Spleen Causes
Does a cyst on the spleen cause people to eat a lot. How do you know if the cyst is large or small?
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
Cyst on spleen does a cyst on the spleen cause you to eat a lot. How do you know if the cyst is small or large?
No: A cyst on the spleen will not affect your appetite. However, the cyst was diagnosed, ct or sonogram, there should be some measurement of the cyst. Do not be concerned, as congenital cysts of the spleen, liver, and/or kidneys are not uncommon. Your primary doctor can answer any other questions at your next visit. Good luck. ...Read more
Usually normal: Many people have small cysts on or in their liver, spleen or kidneys. They are usually harmless and may get slowly larger over time. The only ones to worry about are those that are seen after an injury from an impact of some sort. Those could bleed and need to be evaluated at the hospital. ...Read more
Diagnosed w/ cyst on spleen. 1.2 x 1 x 1cm well circumscribed, sm. bit of debris internally. Had mono once, did this cause that? Should I worry?
Means nothing: These are little curiosities, birthmarks if you like. ...Read more
Sent to ER for 105F fever, CT discovered fatty liver (non-alcoholic), 18CM spleen, and 3CM splenic cyst. Cause of fever unknown, broke after 8 days (thought to be viral, fever decreased). Should I be concerned about the cyst? No known trauma prior.
Cysts and: Fatty livers are common. Fatty liver occurs in about 10% of the population and higher in diabetics and heavy drinkers. Spleen cysts are rare UNLESS there has been previous trauma. It's hard to say about mononucleosis and spleen cysts. Cancers are generally solid, but have to grow unregulatedly to be cancer. Follow up imaging can determine if something is growing. Spleen cysts from infectn need bx ...Read more
Did you have an MRI? Pain in the side between the ribs and hip, stomach, or back. Fever. Frequent urination (having to go the bathroom often)Blood in the urine, or dark urine.
You should see a urologist, The doctor can get access to the cyst, drain the contents and infiltrate with alcohol. It's a simple procedure was very good results. In most of the cases you do not stay overnight ...Read more
Ultrasound is excellent at viewing the spleen. CT also offers a good view, but carries the downside of radiation exposure. Due to the safety, doctors will often start with ultrasound, then reserve CT scan for those patients where they see an area of concern. Hope this helps! ...Read more
Cysts found on the liver or spleen during a ct or ultrasound are quite common. They are usually benign growths, that are simply followed with a repeat scan. If it's not growing, it is left alone.
Splenic cysts may be hereditary, related to trauma or parasitic infection but usually there is no clear explanation. Follow up but no worries — this is not a big deal. ...Read more
Various causes: Splenic cysts have a number of causes, including congenital or familial (present @ birth or running in the family). They can also result from trauma and certain immune conditions like sarcoidosis. I notice that you live in Sri Lanka. Infections, particularly parasites, are a common cause of splenic cysts in southern Asia. Consult your doctor about definitive diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more
Need a consult: The answer to your question depends on what the cause of the abnormality in your spleen, and the details of your medical history. You can talk about this in more detail with a specialist on HealthTap if you request a consultation with a doctor in HealthTap Concierge. ...Read more
Hi there, what is the problems of not having spleen? I don't have spleen because there was a cyst in my spleen. Thank u
Cyst: Splenic cysts, although not particularly common, are the most common focal lesion of the spleen. They may be present since birth or may be secondary to other causes. They are usually asymptotic and incidentally discovered at imaging. Small and asymptomatic cysts do not require treatment. Symptomatic cysts are managed surgically. ...Read more
It depend: It really depend what kind of cyst you have knowing it is a septated and for any reason if you have been in a foreign third world country the possibility that could be a parasite cyst it will be a catastrophic if the cyst ruptured inside you the total splenectomy could be the safest route if on the other hand that not the case unroofing the cyst could be a possibility leave it to your surgeon ...Read more
I am having my spleen removed with a cyst. Dr says he is trying lapro how hard of a procedure is this?
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