A case of a giant cyst in the left lobe of the liver success
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A 58-year-old woman with upper abdominal bloating for 2 months was admitted to hospital. Computed tomography (CT) of the abdomen showed multiple, round low-density shadows in the liver. In addition, gastroscopy showed multiple bulges in the gastric fundus. Moreover, endoscopic ultrasound showed multiple, anechoic round masses in the outer wall of the fundus and anterior wall of the stomach, with no internal blood flow signals. Partitions were visible between the masses, the sizes were approximately 75 mm × 47 mm, and the boundaries were consistent with liver imaging; hence, cysts were suspected. After obtaining patient consent, endoscopic ultrasound-fine needle aspiration was performed. Three sites in the fundus and gastric body were selected for FNA, and 30 mL of 1% lauromacrogol was injected into the cavity. The cystic cavity shrank significantly, the masses disappeared, and there was no bleeding at the puncture sites...

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