The human body creates certain structure along with some substances which has no discernible reason. In such case the substance covered with a membrane growth is called cyst. It is formed only on the organ surface or in the empty spaces which is mainly between the skin tissues and muscle. Generally Cysts are harmless. It structured like sac with air, fluid with infection, semi-solid substances, self contained.
The formation of cyst is caused during the fetal development defect or by infection. The symptom’s of cyst are Small, hard lumps in their forearms or in the wrists. The lumps which are original form of cyst are called sebaceous cyst. The lumps in the wrist are called as Ganglion cyst. Even it is developed under vocal cords. But we can’t identify the cyst under one’s scalp or face. Even though cysts are not harmful or cancerous, it is very painful.
Causes for cyst:
Cysts are mainly caused by cancer, hereditary condition, infections in semi fluids like serum, a defect in developing embryo, defect in cells, chronic inflammatory condition.
Treatment for cyst:
Treatment is depending upon different factor like size, and the degree of comfort. When its size is large, it can be removed by surgery. Sometimes it may drain or aspirant by injecting the needle in to the cavity. When it is not easily accessible then using radiologic imaging we can inject the drain or aspirant to the cavity.
Types of cyst:
Acne Cyst: Most of us are well know about acne pimple on our faces. When we pop out the acne pimple it encourages the bacteria to spread.
Arachnoids Cyst: This membrane covers the brain. During embryos development this membrane split. Mainly it affects newborn babies.
Baker’s Cyst: It experiences tightness and bulges in the knee. The pain may extend during physical activities.
Bartholin’s Cyst: It occurs in Bartholin glands, i.e. inside vagina becomes blocked.
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