Cancerous Liver Cyst

Friday, December 27th 2013. | Cancer

Cancerous Liver Cyst

Cancerous Liver Cyst is the medical term used to describe a space of roundish or saclike shape in some part of the body. It may be empty or contain watery or mucus types of fluid. 
 
The most common cause is advancing years and poor diet and lifestyle. Sometimes these cysts can be full of “fatty material” in those with a fatty liver. 
 
Many patients with primary liver cancer have no symptoms. If symptoms occur, they may include:
 
  • jaundice (a condition in which the skin and the whites of the eyes become yellow, urine darkens, and the color of stool becomes lighter than normal)
  • general feeling of poor health or weakness
  • loss of appetite
  • weight loss
  • fever
  • fatigue
  • bloating
  • itching
  • swelling of the legs
  • abdominal pain or discomfort
 
The cyst(s) are usually found by ultrasound (US) or computed tomography (CT scan). The only patients who require treatment for a liver cyst(s) are those who develop symptoms. Simply removing the fluid from the cyst with a needle is not effective because the cyst fills up again within several days. The best treatment is to remove a large portion of the cyst wall. This surgical procedure can usually be done through the laparoscope.
 
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