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Unicameral bone cyst is a non-cancerous tumor that can occur inside of bones. The tumors appear as cavities in the bones that have fluid inside them. They mostly impact the bones of the thigh and upper arm. What causes unicameral bone cyst? The cause of unicameral bone...
https://www.nicklauschildrens.org/conditions/ortho/unicameral-bone-cyst?lang=en-US 09/11/2017 3:44:16 p. m.
When a blood-filled growth occurs in the bones of the arms, legs, skull, trunk or spine, then it might be an aneurysmal bone cyst. The good news about aneurysmal bone cysts is that they are not cancerous and they don’t spread. What causes aneurysmal bone cyst? A...
https://www.nicklauschildrens.org/conditions/ortho/aneurysmal-bone-cyst?lang=en-US 09/11/2017 3:43:54 p. m.
Definition A branchial cleft cyst is a lump that develops in the neck or just below the collarbone. It is a type of birth defect. Alternative Names Cleft sinus Causes Branchial cleft cysts form during development of the embryo . They occur when tissues in the neck and...
https://www.nicklauschildrens.org/healthy-lifestyle/branchial-cleft-cyst?lang=en-us 08/02/2016 4:39:46 p. m.
Definition A mucous cyst is a painless, thin sac on the inner surface of the lips. It contains clear fluid. Alternative Names Mucocele; Mucous retention cyst; Ranula; Epulis Causes Mucous cysts are common. They are painless, but can be bothersome because you are aware...
https://www.nicklauschildrens.org/ear-nose-and-throat/mucous-cyst?lang=en-us 08/02/2016 4:42:38 p. m.
A cyst is a benign (non cancerous) closed collection of tissue that is filled with fluid, pus or other material (e.g. blood, joint fluid, cerebrospinal fluid, etc). Cysts may be found anywhere in the body, and may be a congenital or acquired condition. What causes cysts? ...
https://www.nicklauschildrens.org/conditions/skin/cysts?lang=en-US 21/11/2017 8:57:49 a. m.
Definition Benign ear cysts are lumps or growths in the ear. They are noncancerous. Alternative Names Osteomas; Exostoses; Tumor - ear; Cysts - ear; Ear cysts; Ear tumors; Bony tumor of the ear canal Causes Sebaceous cysts are the most common type of cysts seen in...
https://www.nicklauschildrens.org/ear-nose-and-throat/benign-ear-cyst-or-tumor?lang=en-us 29/04/2016 12:17:14 p. m.
The ovaries are the sex organs that produce female hormones, and store and release eggs between puberty and menopause. An ovarian mass may be a cyst or a tumor growth (which may be non-cancerous i.e. benign, or cancerous) that develops in one or both of a girl’s/woman...
https://www.nicklauschildrens.org/conditions/reproductive/ovarian-mass-cyst?lang=en-US 31/10/2017 11:56:13 a. m.
*NO TITLE "Sinusitis" refers to inflammation of the nasal sinus cavities, which are moist, hollow spaces in the bones of the skull. There are four pairs of sinuses: frontal, maxillary, ethmoid, and sphenoid. The sinuses are located behind the eyebrows, cheekbones, and nose...
https://www.nicklauschildrens.org/care-guides/sinusitis?lang=en-us 12/05/2017 3:46:55 p. m.
A CT or CAT scan (computed tomography) is a much more sensitive imaging technique than X-ray. It produces high definition images not only of the bony structures but also of the soft tissues. Clear images of organs such as the brain, muscles, joint structures, veins and...
https://www.nicklauschildrens.org/in-depth-reports/ct-scan-of-the-brain?lang=en-us 08/02/2016 4:21:44 p. m.
Dr. Ricardo Restrepo is a dedicated and enthusiastic pediatric and pediatric interventional radiologist who joined Nicklaus Children’s Hospital in January 2004.  Dr Restrepo spearheaded the minimally invasive Interventional Service at Nicklaus Children’s...
https://www.nicklauschildrens.org/find-a-physician/physician-details/es/1225056179/Ricardo-Restrepo-Radiology.aspx
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