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Abdominal cyst in newborn

A day 6 baby was brought by mother with these two antenatal and postnatal USG. Baby is ASYMPTOMATIC, apparently normal and feeding well.On palpation nothing is palpable.what to do next ??

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The presence of ovarian cysts in the fetus and newborn is a sign of an abnormal exacerbation of the physiologic process Small cysts (follicle cysts) occur at a frequency of 90%, while large cysts are reported in 20-34% of newborns who succumb within the first 28 days of life. Watch the progress. If still persists consult pediatric surgeon.

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The presence of ovarian cysts in the fetus and newborn is a sign of an abnormal exacerbation of the physiologic process Small cysts (follicle cysts) occur at a frequency of 90%, while large cysts are reported in 20-34% of newborns who succumb within the first 28 days of life. Watch the progress. If still persists consult pediatric surgeon.

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Cyst in 6 days baby is never normal. And its size is large too.must go for ultra sound guided aspiration

DO CA 125, LDH, BETA HCG, ALPHA FETOPROTEIN. Review with reports

Cystic lesion in Rt adnexa To need to worry, most cyst self resolve If any symptom like excessive crying, any pain on touch, or redness present then go for any intervention. Otherwise insignificant

Bcoz age is 6days
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Observe, repeat scan monthly. After 3 months ,CT abdomen can be done ,along with CA125 and other tumour markers . Aspiration of cytology

Agree @Dr. Dineshchandra Sharma sir

Needs karyotying

Surgery