Idiopathic Primary Retroperitoneal Cyst: A Case Report

*Corresponding author: Ahmad E. Al-Mulla*, Ali Al-Tabeekh, Raghad Al-Huzaim and Kareem A. Elayouty

Abstract

Retroperitoneal cysts are rare; they are divided into neoplastic and non-neoplastic cyst. Incidences are 1 in 5750 to 1 in 250,000. They are often asymptomatic. Lymphangioma are benign cyst whereas 95% of them are found in the neck and axilla only 1% is in the abdomen. This is a case report describing the course of management for a 30-year-old male who presented to our outpatient
clinic with abdominal discomfort due to retroperitoneal cyst.
Keywords
Retroperitoneal Cyst; Ultrasound; Histopathology.