Every surgery carries risk with it. Surgery on the head would be even riskier. However, if surgery is indicated, it's probably a better option than not having it. Be sure to get a second opinion before any major medical procedure. Doctors aren't gods; they're just guys doing work. The above is true and especially the brain, but leave the worrying up to the surgeon because that's what he/she is being paid for and a good prayer or two never hurt. Usually brain surgery is quite successful.
A cyst in the liver and gallbladder is not necessarily dangerous. This varies with the type and size of the cyst. In some cases a cyst will require surgery, especially if it becomes painful.
well i can very well name you the hardest to do which is the brain surgery, but the most dangerous I've read is the open heart surgery and brain surgery :D and honestly, most surgery's are very dangerous haha ^-^
A brain cyst is what is commonly known as the arachnoid cyst. This is a form of tumor which will affect the arachnoid membrane which is the main cover of the brain.
It will most likely grow, you need surgery in order to remove the cyst, if it is too large, you will most likely develop seizures, tumors, and within time, die.
No, not at all. (I have a ganglion cyst in my wrist).
It depends on the location of the cyst.
Does a cyst keep growing
It is possible for you to eventually die of a cyst in the brain. The brain is enclosed in a solid envelope of bone (the skull), so there is no room for a cyst to grow without compressing the brain. As the cyst grows, there is less room for the brain and eventually this may become fatal. However, if the cyst doesn't grow, it is possible you could live a normal life with it.
If a sebaceous cyst continues to grow, it will have to be surgically removed. This surgery is considered a simple and non-invasive surgery.
Depending on the location of the cyst most often surgery is required by a doctor.
You can check for Gamma knife surgery.
brain cyst is nothing but the cavity or a sac of abnormal character containing fluid.But the brain tumor is the swelling or abnormal growth of the tissue.
The most dangerous risk of bypasss surgery is its link with mental decline. Nearly 51% of patients who have had bypass surgery have suffered significant brain damage.
you cant unless you can bone reconstruction surgery which is very dangerous on the face and brain.
Ask your doctor about surgery.
It can be: arachnoid cyst colloid cyst enlarged perivascular space dermoid cyst choroid plexus cyst pineal cyst Rathke cleft cyst cystic neoplasm parasites (neurocysticercosis) DW malformation
NO he didnt have brain surgery
A craniotomy is a type of brain surgery. It is the most commonly performed surgery for brain tumor removal
no, its dangerous
Yes, you can get a pap smear before surgery for an ovarian cyst. It would be wise to do so, so that any abnormal result might be evaluated at the same time as the surgery.
A degenerative cyst on the right ulnar styloid is pain on the wrist opposite the thumb. This is typically a ganglion cyst which can be treated without surgery.
Yes it can be dangerous but, then again it might not be. I had a cyst on my uvula before I had it removed and the doctor said it was harmless. It would be best if you got it checked out though.
Something that was most likely there before your surgery... It's nothing to worry about, if that is what it is...