Pseudocysts often heal and go away themselves. However, if a pseudocyst is persistent, becomes larger or causes symptoms, it will require treatment. Most often, treatment involves an endoscopic or surgical operation.
The treatment for pseudocysts involves making a connection between the pseudocyst and a nearby digestive organ usually stomach or small bowel. This enables the fluid in the pseudocyst to be rerouted and drained though that organ.
This procedure may be performed endoscopically with a flexible camera passed into your stomach through mouth and opening of cyst into your stomach, laparoscopically, which means that the surgery would involve smaller incisions in your abdomen, lean tools, and a scope with a light at the end or open surgery. Every treatment has advantages and disadvantages. Your doctor can