Causes And How To Determine The Type Of Cyst?
I want to ask the doctor, last month I was ultrasound to check up my health and obviously the doctor found an ad cyst. ultrasound results said that a cystic lesion in the left adnexa was 8 × 7.29 cm in size along with a septasa pressing the VU to the left side. I want to ask what type of cyst is, what is it? And what kind of jlan is that?
Hello Noer, Thank you for your question.
Have you consulted with a specialist obstetric and gynecologist? Cyst is a term that describes the existence of sacs in the body that contain fluid. Cysts can occur in any part of the body such as the liver, kidneys, ovaries, uterus, breast, and others. The results of the ultrasound that you submit indicate the presence of cysts in the adnexa section (including the fallopian tubes, ovaries and surrounding connective tissue). The size of the cyst is quite large and has suppressed the bladder (vesika urinaria / VU). With the results of such an ultrasound examination, it is highly recommended that you consult a specialist obstetric and gynecologist further. The doctor will ask about your complaint and return to USG to confirm it. If the doctor also finds similar results, the doctor will usually recommend removal of the cyst either by laparoscopy (keyhole surgery) or surgery. This cyst removal procedure also aims to find out exactly what type of cyst you are experiencing and to find out how serious your condition is. The removed tissue / cyst will be examined in a laboratory for further examination. Without this check, it is difficult to ascertain the condition you are experiencing. Treatment will be given by a doctor also depends on the results of this examination.
Hopefully this information helps you.