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Had an ultrasound to reevaluate septated cyst on liver, growing. Cancerous?

I had an ultrasound to reevaluate a 9 cm septated cyst that was found on my liver during ct scan 3 yrs ago. The Dr I saw at the time didn t think it was a problem. fortunately switched to a new MD. The cyst is now 12 cm and he wants me to see a GI. Alse shows small amount of ascietes in abdomen. Is it normal for it to grow that much in 3 years? What are the chances that it could be cancerous and should it be surgically removed? Because of the holidays I can t call GI doc to get an appt. I am 52 year old female. Rarely drink alcohol. Was diagnosed with IBS 10 yrs ago so any abdominal problems are always attributed to that.
Asked On : Sat, 5 Jan 2013
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have you got any pet dog? liver cyst are not at all malignant. but ascitis need to be evaluated. it is not clear to me why that cyst kept untreated when it is increasing in size. you should consult a gastroenterologist.
Answered: Thu, 24 Jan 2013
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