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Hepatic cysts are abnormal, thin-walled, fluid-filled sacs found in a very small fraction of livers, states Cleveland Clinic. These abnormalities cause symptoms that include pain and upper abdominal fullness. However, th... More »

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Some medical treatments for a hepatic lobe cyst on the liver include draining the cyst laparoscopically, histologic sectioning to determine whether the cyst is malignant and surgical removal of the cyst if necessary, acc... More »

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Hepatic cysts, or liver cysts, are estimated to occur in about 5 percent of the American population, according to PubMed. They are more common in women than in men, especially as people age. More »

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Liver cysts are sacs filled with air, water or semi-solid material, according to the Section of Gastrointestinal Surgery at the University of California, San Francisco. A cyst rarely impairs the functions of the liver, b... More »

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Tarlov cysts are sacs of fluid that affect the nerves at the spinal base. They are also known as perineural cysts and rarely cause symptoms, which means they are not easily noticeable, notes Heathline. However, when the ... More »

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A small, simple liver cyst does not usually exhibit symptoms or require any treatment, but cysts can grow larger and cause pain in the upper right abdominal quadrant, according to Mayo Clinic. If symptoms cause treatment... More »

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Hepatic cysts, or liver cysts, are estimated to occur in about 5 percent of the American population, according to PubMed. They are more common in women than in men, especially as people age. More »

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