What is the ovarian cyst?

author: gynecologist Kuznetsov MA

The cyst is a tumor-like formation with a liquid content that stretches the walls of the cyst, thereby increasing the ovary in size. A distinctive feature of the cyst is the lack of proliferation, that is, an increase in the number of cells. In true tumors proliferation is observed.

When gynecological examination, ultrasound and histological examination, laparoscopy, education differ from each other. The cyst can have different contents, structure, size and location.

Yellow body in the ovary

author: gynecologist Ambrosova IA

The yellow body in the ovary is a temporary intrasecretory gland, which forms on the site of a bursting graafovaya vesicle. In the process of its development this formation acquires a dense consistency.

Laparotomy of the ovarian cyst

author: surgeon Kuznetsov MA

Many ask the question: "And what is laparotomy of the ovarian cyst?". Starting to cover this problem, one should immediately say about the incorrectness of this issue, since these definitions do not combine with each other.

After all, the definition of laparotomy originated from the Greek words lapara belly + tomē cut, so this means a cut of the abdomen, and if more accurately the anterior abdominal wall.

Therefore, answering this question, one can only assume that here it was implied a resection of the ovary about the ovarian cyst, that is, the removal of the cyst with the ovarian tissue adjacent to it.

Yellow body in left ovary

author: gynecologist Ambrosova IA

Very many women begin to panic when they learn by ultrasound examination that they have a yellow body in the left ovary. What kind of education is this, and how dangerous is it for a woman and her future offspring?

Puncture of the cyst of the breast

author: doctor Kuznetsov MA

Breast cyst is a thin-walled cavity filled with liquid.

As the cyst grows, it becomes tense and painful due to the fact that it is full of fluid. Especially mammary glands are painful in the premenstrual period.

After the treatment of a woman with such a problem, her mammary glands begin to be examined, beginning with a survey and examination, then the woman passes the laboratory tests. Then comes the turn of instrumental research: mammography, ultrasound, puncture.

Parenchymal cyst of the kidney

author: doctor Kuznetsov MA

Parenchymal cyst of the kidney is an innate (more often) or acquired lesion of the organ, which is characterized by the formation of the chamber (cavity) directly in the renal tissue (parenchyma). Hence the name of the disease is the parenchymal cyst. The cavity of the cyst is filled with contents, most often serous. In appearance and composition, the serous content of the kidney cyst resembles a blood plasma - it is a transparent liquid of yellow color. Less often, the cyst is filled with hemorrhagic contents - with an admixture of blood.

Urethral cyst: symptoms, complications and treatment

author: doctor Detkov VA

The urethra cyst is a cavity formation, located predominantly in the cavity of the urethra of women. It is more correct to call them paraurethral.
The fact is that the cyst can be located in the thickness of the fiber between the vagina and the urethra, on the epithelium of the urethra; at his very exit or slightly in the depths. All this depends on the time of the formation of the cyst - before or after birth.
On this basis, all paraurethral cysts are divided into congenital and acquired.

Removal of a cyst in the maxillary sinus

author: doctor Cazonova O.I.

The maxillary sinus cyst is a benign growth of the mucous membrane of the paranasal sinus, which consists of two layers of a thin-walled mucous membrane, with glands located in it, which produce a liquid (slime) filling the cyst. Most often this pathological formation arises due to the fact that the excretory ducts of the glands are clogged, ceasing to function, as a result of iron it is overfilled with mucus or its own secret, stretched, turns into a cyst filling the part of the maxillary sinus.


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