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Non parasitic liver cyst

The vast majority of non parasitic liver cysts are benign diseases of the liver, among which congenital cysts are the most common. The disease can be single or multiple. Multiple hepatic cysts are often accompanied by polycystic lesions of kidney, pancreas, ovary, lung and other organs. Non parasitic liver cysts can be divided into: congenital cysts (isolated or single, diffuse or multiple); Traumatic cyst; Inflammatory cyst; Retention cyst * Neoplastic cysts (dermoid cysts, cystadenomas, cysts formed by malignant tumor degeneration).

Symptoms

Felty syndrome

Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease

Germinating potato poisoning

Non ulcer dyspepsia

Narcolepsy bulimia syndrome

Shunt hyperbilirubinemia syndrome

Abdominal mass

Phenol poisoning

Pseudomyxoma peritoneum

Orbinsky syndrome

Fecal roundworm disease

Peritoneal mesothelioma

Abdominal colic syndrome

Wind secret

Retroperitoneal Infection and Abscessr

Formalin poisoning

Peritoneal metastatic carcinoma

Hemorrhage in Retroperitoneal Space

Abdominal artery compression syndrome

Retroperitoneal Lymphnoditis

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