Live Video of Dr. Mishra's Lecture on Laparoscopic Management of Hydatid Cyst at CAMLS, USF, Florida
Dr. R.K. Mishra's Lecture on Laparoscopic Management of Hydatid Cyst at CAMLS, USF, Florida during Fellowship of Minimal Access Surgery Course organized by World Laparoscopy Training Institute, Florida USA.
Echinococcosis is spread by contact with animal feces contaminated with tapeworm eggs. Sources include contaminated food, water, and animal fur. Cysts containing tapeworm larvae may grow in the body for years before symptoms appear. When cysts become large, they may cause nausea, weakness, coughing, and stomach or chest pain. Treatment may include surgery, removal of fluid from the cysts, and medication.
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