I had an abdominal ultrasound and was told I have a 1.1 x 0.8 cm septated cyst left lobe of liver and a 1 cm echogenic focus medial aspect right lobe of liver. I am 62 years old 5'4" and 118 lbs. No illnesses other than GYN leep procedure a year ago.
Well, without a detailed clinical evaluation it would be difficult to comment specifically on the situation. Hepatic cysts could occur due to a few causes such as infections, primary liver lesions etc. While simple cysts are more likely due to benign causes, the presence of septations would require ruling out possible malignancy as a cause. It would be ebst to discuss the situation, the suggested management plan and the expected prognosis in detail with your treating hepatologist/ gastroenterologist.
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