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What Are the Treatments for Parapelvic Cysts

2013-01-26 08:43

Parapelvic cysts, also called peripelvic cysts, are uncommon conditions where these cysts are located on, or probably originate in, the hilus of the kidney in close proximity to the pelvis and major calyces. Most often, parapelvic cysts are due to congenital factors and occur above 50 years old. With these characteristics, there are mainly several treatments for parapelvic cysts.

Unless the parapelvic cysts cause pyelonephritis, symptomatic renal stones, or back pain, specific treatment is not indicated. This means people with this kind of cysts only need regular follow-up when the cysts are small and haven’t caused any symptoms. The reason is that parapelvic cysts are commonly benign and they won’t cause any severe complications until they are too large. However, some specific treatments for parapelvic cysts will be suggested if they are not controlled effectively. According to the different methods, the treatments are divided into two types: surgery and conservative treatment.

Laparoscopic surgery is a preferred surgery to remove the enlarged simple parapelvic cysts. Its quick and obvious effects of removing the enlarged cysts must be affirmed. Through puncturation, the sac fluid filled in the cysts can be eliminated from the body. However, not every surgery can guarantee its success without any severe emergency problems such as massive haemorrhage. A successful laparoscopic surgery requires the operator has high technique. Every hairlike problem may easily cause a failed surgery. If your doctor doesn’t suggest you surgery or you want take conservative treatment, you can choose the following treatment.

Some herbal medicines, which can help stop or even shrink parapelvic cysts, also contribute to conservative treatments for parapelvic cysts. Through improving the permeability of cyst wall, the sac fluid can be reabsorbed and discharged out through blood circulation. What’s more, it can also help inhibit the growth of these cysts to prevent severe complications. If you are looking for a natural treatment, you can click “a natural treatment for parapelvic kidney cysts”.

Simple parapelvic cysts usually won’t be life-threatening if controlled very well. Therefore, don’t lose your heart when you are diagnosed with this kind of cysts. Correct treatment for parapelvic cysts is able to help you live with them as healthy as the others.

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