Does a large complex appearing cystic structure have to have surgery?
My husband has a urostomy and colostomy. He now has a large nonspecific cystic structure in the left lower quadrant along the anterior aspect of ileus psoas muscle measuring 15.0x220.127.116.11 cm. It appears to be abutting the superior aspect of the retained sigmoid colon It could relate to sigmoid conduit complicatyion particularly seroma or urinoma. Please explain in laymans terms. He has excruciating pain with this in the area between rectum and scrotum
- SnoopyLv 54 weeks ago
Yes cysts are always to be removed.
- 4 weeks ago
Anus and scrotum, what about the testicles?
- thinkingtimeLv 74 weeks ago
Doctors like to know exactly what is in there.
- LANLv 74 weeks ago
Why are you asking people without a medical degree? Are you honestly so stupid that you think that asking here is as good a way to know your choices as getting a second opinion from an actual doctor?