Good afternoon. nI wanted to ask when 1 month ago my cousin was on ultrasound, and from the ultrasound results stated. nThat: n-right adxena: visible small ovarial cyst right (DD / follicular right) uk 2.75×2.6 cm shows the presence of free fluid / fluid collections area cav. Douglass (vol. 5.23 cc) u0026amp; tenderness probe (+) susp. P. I. D / adnitis (flours albus). nIs this cyst dangerous ??. nThank you
From the information you have conveyed, the results of this examination are a form of patient confidentiality, so they cannot be conveyed without the patient's consent. And the results of this examination need to be carried out directly by the doctor who refers the patient's examination and confirms the patient's clinical condition directly. Therefore, you should be able to have a direct discussion with your sibling or cousin and have a direct discussion with the treating doctor to get better information.
And in connection with your question, an ovarian cyst is generally a form of benign tumor in the oviduct which is filled with fluid. Because it is benign, then this ovarian cyst is not dangerous. The process that occurs in a woman's menstrual cycle can cause the appearance of cysts on the ovaries, and it is hoped that this condition can gradually disappear over time. However, if the size of the cyst is getting bigger or more than 5 cm, then surgery can be considered.
However, it all depends on the obstetrician who treats the patient directly, and it depends on the size and type of cyst. From the results of the ultrasound examination and evaluation of the development of the cyst, the doctor can plan the right treatment for the patient.
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