Fatty Liver And Kidney Cyst?
Good Morning, My sister is 20 years old doing ultrasound with the results of my sister affected by sugesty fatty liver disease and simple renal cyst right with a size of 2.1 cm. I want to ask about the two diseases
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Fatty liver or fatty liver or hepatic steatosis is a condition where fat is deposited in the liver tissue. This condition is caused by frequent consumption of alcohol, foods high in cholesterol, foods high in triglycerides, etc. You can read more here. Fatty liver didn't raise any complaints. However, continued fatty liver will cause the liver to become inflamed which can continue to become psychiatric (healing the liver tissue instead of scarring). If the disease is not treated and continues to cause liver contraction or cirrhosis, hepatitis and liver cancer. Complaints will arise when the patient enters the inflammation phase of the liver. Where patients will complain of fever, yellow eyes and skin, itching all over the body, BAK like tea. In more severe conditions can cause vomiting of blood due to rupture of esophageal varices that occur due to liver disease inhibits the return of blood vessels of the esophageal veins.
Right renal cyst is a simple cyst found in the right kidney. A cyst is a collection of fluid in a bag or membrane. Cysts can occur anywhere, including the kidneys. Small cysts generally do not cause symptoms. Symptoms appear if the cyst is large so that it interferes with organ function or if the cyst ruptures.
You should regain control with the doctor who requests an examination. Ultrasound examination is only one of the supporting examinations, the results of which must be reconciled with the clinical condition of the results of interviews and physical examinations by doctors. Next, the doctor will decide whether you need to undergo treatment or not. Also discuss the best treatment options for your case.
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