Wednesday, 22 May 2013

What is cyst?

A cyst is a closed capsule or sac-like structure, typically filled with liquid, semisolid or gaseous material - very much like a blister.

Cysts occur within tissue, and can affect any part of the body. They vary in size, from microscopic to the size of some team-sport balls - with large cysts can displace internal organs.

In anatomy, a cyst can also refer to any normal bag or sac in the body, such as the bladder. In this article, cyst refers to an abnormal sac or pocket in the body that contains either liquid, gaseous or semi-solid substances. 

A cyst is not a normal part of the tissue where it is located. It has a distinct membrane and division on nearby tissue - the outer or capsular portion of a cyst is called the cyst wall. If the sac is filled with pus it is not a cyst, it is an abscess.

The English word cyst comes from the Latin word 'cystis', which came from the Ancient Greek word 'kystis', meaning "bladder" or "pouch".

What causes cysts? 
What are the possible signs and symptoms of a cyst?
What is the treatment for a cyst?

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