Laparoscopic Excision of A Rare Retroperitoneal Non-Pancreatic Pseudocyst

Authors

  • Sardar Rezaul Islam Jahurul Islam Medical College &hospital Kishoregonj
  • Shafiqur Rahman Jahurul Islam Medical College &hospital Kishoregonj
  • Kamal Pasha Jahurul Islam Medical College &hospital Kishoregonj
  • ASM Sayem Jahurul Islam Medical College &hospital Kishoregonj

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.3329/bje.v2i1.19592

Keywords:

Retroperitoneal cysts, non-pancreatic pseudocysts, laparoscopic excision

Abstract

Retroperitoneal cysts (RCs) are rare. They are composed of both epithelial and mesothelial tissues, and those without an epithelial lining in the wall are called pseudocysts. Most retroperitoneal pseudocysts are pancreatic in origin, and nonpancreatic pseudocysts are very rarely reported.We report a case of large cystic lesion adjacent to the left kidney in a 25 years old man. He presented with 2 and half years history of gradual swelling of left upper abdomen. Abdominal ultrasonography and CT scan showed a large unilocular cystic mass in left side of the abdomen, which was attached with the lower pole of the left kidney. The cystic mass was excised laparoscopically. Histology showed a fibrous wall without epithelial lining thus confirming the diagnosis of a nonpancreatic pseudocyst.

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Author Biographies

Sardar Rezaul Islam, Jahurul Islam Medical College &hospital Kishoregonj

Department of Surgery

Shafiqur Rahman, Jahurul Islam Medical College &hospital Kishoregonj

Department of Surgery

Kamal Pasha, Jahurul Islam Medical College &hospital Kishoregonj

Department of Surgery

ASM Sayem, Jahurul Islam Medical College &hospital Kishoregonj

Department of Surgery

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Published

2014-07-19

How to Cite

Islam, S. R., Rahman, S., Pasha, K., & Sayem, A. (2014). Laparoscopic Excision of A Rare Retroperitoneal Non-Pancreatic Pseudocyst. Bangladesh Journal of Endosurgery, 2(1), 35–37. https://doi.org/10.3329/bje.v2i1.19592

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Case Reports