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Subject: anechoic cyst


Author:
Lucas
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Date Posted: Thursday, April 27, 04:02:30pm
Author Host/IP: 58.6.117.234

Hi,

my girlfriend was told that she has an anechoic cyst on her right ovary (4cm dia.). She has had scans, seen the doc who has referred her to a gyno.

It gives her a fair amount of pain just lately and discomfort. Can anyone tell me much about this condition and how concering it is?

thanks
Lucas

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[> Subject: Re: anechoic cyst


Author:
Kendra H
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Date Posted: Friday, April 28, 05:11:59am
Author Host/IP: 68.73.152.62

Hi Lucas,
the term "anechoic" refers to how it appears on an ultrasound; all you can see from the scan is the outer edge. these cysts are typically simple cysts, fluid filled with one compartment, and many resolve on their own. in fact, a lot of them ovvur because of a normal menstrual cycle during ovulation. that said, that cyst is getting a bit large and if its causing pain, needs to definately be watched a bit. has the doctor suggested any treatment measures or follow up for your girlfriend? typical course of action is follow up the following month unless pain increases (more on this later) and/or a suggestion of birth control pills, unless she is already taking them or this is a recurring problem. please watch for increased pain experienced by your girlfriend, and if things seem to be much worse or extreme, seek immediate medical attention for her. hopefully it will not come to that, but keep an eye out. i hope that you both get some relief from this soon.
if you need anything, please post and let us know.

Kendra H. Gyn-Gals Moderator

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[> [> Subject: Re:renal cortical cyst bosniak I kidney ultrasound foci seen at inferior and superior pole


Author:
benjie guerrero (joyful)
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Date Posted: Thursday, February 22, 12:50:30am
Author Host/IP: 222.127.34.2

>Hi Lucas,
>my kub results are as follows;
the kidneys are normal in size and echogenicity.
>the right kidney measure 9.6 x 5.3 x 5.4 cm with cortical thichness of 1.1 cm . No lithiasis seen. Thin walled anechoic cystic focus is seen at the superior pole of the right kidney measuring .5 cm.
>the left kidney measures 10 x 4.7 x 5 cm with cortical thichness of 1 cm. Two thin walled anechoic cystic foci are seen. One is in the inferior pole measuring 1.1 cm and the other at the superior pole measuring 1.4 cm.
>IMPRESSION:
BILATERAL RENAL CORTICAL CYSTS ( BOSNIAK I)
NORMAL ULTRASOUND OF THE URINARY BLADDER

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[> [> [> Subject: Re:renal cortical cyst bosniak I kidney ultrasound foci seen at inferior and superior pole


Author:
BENJIE GUERRERO (JOYFUL)
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Date Posted: Thursday, February 22, 12:54:12am
Author Host/IP: 222.127.34.2

>>Hi Lucas,
>>my kub results are as follows;
>the kidneys are normal in size and echogenicity.
>>the right kidney measure 9.6 x 5.3 x 5.4 cm with
>cortical thichness of 1.1 cm . No lithiasis seen. Thin
>walled anechoic cystic focus is seen at the superior
>pole of the right kidney measuring .5 cm.
>>the left kidney measures 10 x 4.7 x 5 cm with
>cortical thichness of 1 cm. Two thin walled anechoic
>cystic foci are seen. One is in the inferior pole
>measuring 1.1 cm and the other at the superior pole
>measuring 1.4 cm.
>>IMPRESSION:
> BILATERAL RENAL CORTICAL CYSTS ( BOSNIAK I)
> NORMAL ULTRASOUND OF THE URINARY BLADDER

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[> [> [> [> Subject: Re:renal cortical cyst bosniak I kidney ultrasound foci seen at inferior and superior pole


Author:
benjie guerrero (joyful)
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Date Posted: Thursday, February 22, 01:07:34am
Author Host/IP: 222.127.34.2

>>>Hi Lucas,
>>>my kub results are as follows;
>>the kidneys are normal in size and echogenicity.
>>>the right kidney measure 9.6 x 5.3 x 5.4 cm with
>>cortical thichness of 1.1 cm . No lithiasis seen. Thin
>>walled anechoic cystic focus is seen at the superior
>>pole of the right kidney measuring .5 cm.
>>>the left kidney measures 10 x 4.7 x 5 cm with
>>cortical thichness of 1 cm. Two thin walled anechoic
>>cystic foci are seen. One is in the inferior pole
>>measuring 1.1 cm and the other at the superior pole
>>measuring 1.4 cm.
>>>IMPRESSION:
>> BILATERAL RENAL CORTICAL CYSTS ( BOSNIAK I)
>> NORMAL ULTRASOUND OF THE URINARY BLADDER
my doctor did not prescrbe any medication or therapy Is thre any treatment for this disease.whatfoodrecommended to stop or develop further of thr cyst.

Benjie Guerrero

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[> [> [> [> [> Subject: Re:renal cortical cyst bosniak I kidney ultrasound foci seen at inferior and superior pole


Author:
Benjie Guerrero (joyful)
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Date Posted: Thursday, February 22, 01:09:10am
Author Host/IP: 222.127.34.2

>>>>Hi Lucas,
>>>>my kub results are as follows;
>>>the kidneys are normal in size and echogenicity.
>>>>the right kidney measure 9.6 x 5.3 x 5.4 cm with
>>>cortical thichness of 1.1 cm . No lithiasis seen.
>Thin
>>>walled anechoic cystic focus is seen at the superior
>>>pole of the right kidney measuring .5 cm.
>>>>the left kidney measures 10 x 4.7 x 5 cm with
>>>cortical thichness of 1 cm. Two thin walled anechoic
>>>cystic foci are seen. One is in the inferior pole
>>>measuring 1.1 cm and the other at the superior pole
>>>measuring 1.4 cm.
>>>>IMPRESSION:
>>> BILATERAL RENAL CORTICAL CYSTS ( BOSNIAK I)
>>> NORMAL ULTRASOUND OF THE URINARY BLADDER
> my doctor did not prescrbe any medication or therapy
>Is thre any treatment for this
>disease.whatfoodrecommended to stop or develop
>further of thr cyst.
>
> Benjie Guerrero

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[> [> Subject: Re: anechoic cyst


Author:
MIKE BENWELL (WORRIED- to give consent to surgery)
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Date Posted: Friday, April 06, 10:26:07am
Author Host/IP: 80.6.232.233

>Hi Lucas,
> the term "anechoic" refers to how it appears on an
>ultrasound; all you can see from the scan is the outer
>edge. these cysts are typically simple cysts, fluid
>filled with one compartment, and many resolve on their
>own. in fact, a lot of them ovvur because of a
>normal menstrual cycle during ovulation. that said,
>that cyst is getting a bit large and if its causing
>pain, needs to definately be watched a bit. has the
>doctor suggested any treatment measures or follow up
>for your girlfriend? typical course of action is
>follow up the following month unless pain increases
>(more on this later) and/or a suggestion of birth
>control pills, unless she is already taking them or
>this is a recurring problem. please watch for
>increased pain experienced by your girlfriend, and if
>things seem to be much worse or extreme, seek
>immediate medical attention for her. hopefully it
>will not come to that, but keep an eye out. i hope
>that you both get some relief from this soon.
>if you need anything, please post and let us know.
>
>Kendra H. Gyn-Gals Moderato
My 18 year old daughter is in hospital in Thailand (I am in UK) with what seems to be this exact problem, waiting to see if it eases or gets worse.Doctor suggesting surgery may be necessary. Follow up to this post re . quote. 'pain increase''more on this later' not yet appeared? If ovarian cyst gets larger(now 5.9cmx3.3)is surgery is necessary? Can be done with hysteroscopy?

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[> [> [> Subject: Re: anechoic cyst


Author:
MIKE BENWELL (WORRIED)
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Date Posted: Friday, April 06, 10:47:16am
Author Host/IP: 80.6.232.233

>>Hi Lucas,
>> the term "anechoic" refers to how it appears on an
>>ultrasound; all you can see from the scan is the outer
>>edge. these cysts are typically simple cysts, fluid
>>filled with one compartment, and many resolve on their
>>own. in fact, a lot of them ovvur because of a
>>normal menstrual cycle during ovulation. that said,
>>that cyst is getting a bit large and if its causing
>>pain, needs to definately be watched a bit. has the
>>doctor suggested any treatment measures or follow up
>>for your girlfriend? typical course of action is
>>follow up the following month unless pain increases
>>(more on this later) and/or a suggestion of birth
>>control pills, unless she is already taking them or
>>this is a recurring problem. please watch for
>>increased pain experienced by your girlfriend, and if
>>things seem to be much worse or extreme, seek
>>immediate medical attention for her. hopefully it
>>will not come to that, but keep an eye out. i hope
>>that you both get some relief from this soon.
>>if you need anything, please post and let us know.
>>
>>Kendra H. Gyn-Gals Moderato
> My 18 year old daughter is in hospital in Thailand (I
>am in UK) with what seems to be this exact problem,
>waiting to see if it eases or gets worse.Doctor
>suggesting surgery may be necessary. Follow up to this
>post re . quote. 'pain increase''more on this later'
>not yet appeared? If ovarian cyst gets larger(now
>5.9cmx3.3)is surgery is necessary? Can be done with
>hysteroscopy?
Forgot to say; up to now she has only had a sonograrm transvaginal scan (ultra scan?) Should I insist that a CT Scan be done also before any decision is made?

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[> Subject: kidney cysts


Author:
vinay (confused)
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Date Posted: Thursday, October 28, 11:43:28am
Author Host/IP: 121.242.69.180

my wife is suffering from kidney cysts (or poly cysts) in left kidney noticed in September 2010
largest measuring 2.3 cm , 5-6 in numbers
is their any cure for it or can they be removed?
Till now no ill effect is noticed due to cysts but i am trying so that she can be cured before ill effect
she is 27 years , 66kg , O+ , and pregnant

some one answered me that
"The cysts can be caused by the pregnancy. Leave them alone and recheck them after giving birth. They may dissolve on their own."

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[> Subject: Re: anechoic cyst


Author:
sushil malik (confused)
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Date Posted: Tuesday, November 23, 02:58:07am
Author Host/IP: 59.180.148.88

>Hi
>My mother 54 yrs. old & having an echoic cyst measuring 2.17x2.17 cm in her right kidney as we found it an ultrasound.I just want to know that what treatment will be possesive to dissolve the problem.is this a serious disaese.
thanks
>Lucas

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[> Subject: Re: anechoic cyst


Author:
Ranjan Baruah (not worried)
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Date Posted: Tuesday, July 10, 10:11:10am
Author Host/IP: 117.198.57.136

My thyroid gland shows normal size of the lobes. A well-defined anechoic cystic lesion measuring approx. 1.2cmX1.0cm is noted in the right lobe. Another cystic lesion with internal septas is noted in the left side of isthmus. it measures approx. 1.9cmX1.3cm. The color Doppler study reveals no abnormal vascularity within the lesion. No enlarged lymph nodes seen in the neck. No abnormal perithyroid mass seen. The neck vasculatures are normal.
My T3= 94.29 ng/dl, T4= 8.30mg/dl & TSH= 3.73 mIU/mL
Please let me know whether it can be removed by surgery or not. Is there any medicine in stead of surgery. It is noted that I am not in trouble or any pain with the said cyst.

thanks
Ranjan

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[> [> Subject: Re: anechoic cyst


Author:
janet madeja (help)
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Date Posted: Monday, July 22, 07:59:00pm
Author Host/IP: 112.206.25.32

this is because of my mother. she has a ultrasound and it says,the thyroid gland is within normal in size. a tiny (3mm) round anechoic focus is noted in the right lobe. right lobe=3.7x0.8x0.9 cm left=3.3x1.0x0.9 cm. impression= normal size thyroid with a tiny cyst right lobe...
help me please to interpret this.. is it serious?

thanks,
janet..

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[> Subject: Re: anechoic cyst


Author:
hermilyn
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Date Posted: Friday, October 19, 05:27:36pm
Author Host/IP: 121.54.32.144


Hi, I had irregular menstrual cycle..that cause the delay of my period...I consult the OB already month ago.I was undergone in Ultra sound to find out what really was my case and the result was I had polycystic ovaries...then, both of my ovaries have peripherally located anechoic cysts. She, advised me to take diane 35 for 6 months and be back to her for follow up check after 6 months... I was also adviced to loose more weight i am 60 kilos now 5 ft in height.I'm worried about theanechoic cysts..what are those???

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[> Subject: Re: anechoic cyst


Author:
bala
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Date Posted: Wednesday, December 04, 09:47:23am
Author Host/IP: 106.209.183.52

Hi ,
Im having an anochoic cysts and it is 8.5 cms now .can anyone suggest me?

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