Pancreatic cysts may be treated with careful observation, draining and surgery depending on the type of cysts on the organ, according to the Mayo Clinic. Objects called benign pseudocysts and serous cystadenomas usually ... More » Health Conditions & Diseases

The removal of an insulinoma occurs via laparoscopic surgery or abdominal surgery. Removing the tumor is the standard treatment and usually cures the disease, but it may require partial removal of the pancreas and liver ... More » Health Conditions & Diseases

Spots that show up on the pancreas in imaging tests are sometimes pancreatic cysts. These sacs of fluid form anywhere in the pancreas. Whereas some are benign and small, producing no symptoms, others get large enough to ... More » Health Pain & Symptoms

The type of surgery used to remove pancreatic cysts depends where the cysts are located on the pancreas, states Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. There are several types of pancreatic surgery: laparoscopic, traditi... More » Health Conditions & Diseases

An adnexal cyst is fluid-filled tissue that is growing on a organ or connective tissues around a woman's uterus, according to Mayo Clinic and the American Society for Reproductive Medicine. The growths are usually benign... More » Health Conditions & Diseases

Sebaceous cysts are removed from the scalp through incision and drainage, minor surgery or laser removal, according to the Mayo Clinic. Most commonly removed due to discomfort or cosmetic reasons, sebaceous cysts typical... More »

Pancreatic cysts are pockets of fluid within or on the pancreas, defines Mayo Clinic. Most of these sac-like cysts are not cancerous and do not cause symptoms, but some do cause complications. Pancreatic cysts can appear... More »