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Oklu, "Primary hydatid cyst in the adrenal gland," BMJ Case Reports, vol.
Large cysts, today fairly rare even in endemic areas, are called giant hydatid cysts (GHCs) [4, 5].
In the present study, we aimed to analyze demographical features and surgical characteristics of children and adult patients with hydatid cysts.
In radiological and serological studies, renal hydatid disease cannot be diagnosed preoperatively in 1 out of 3 patients (4).
Macroscopic examination was done to observe the presence of hydatid cysts in different organs of slaughtered sheep .The hydatid fluid was aspirated from each cyst using sterile syringe needle after cyst wall penetrated, and a cut made with a scalpel and scissors, fluid transport to a sterile plane tube (10).
Preparation of protoscolex suspension: Infested sheep livers containing hydatid cysts were collected from the governmental slaughterhouse and locally cleansed with povidone iodine solution in the laboratory.
We believe that if the favourable results that we obtained as Ex vivo in liver can be replicated in the clinic, this will bring a new perspective to the treatment of early stage hydatid cysts of liver.
Hydatid cysts of sheep's liver and lungs were carried to the laboratory, and protoscolices measuring a total of 30000/mL to 40000/mL were collected in a sterile condition.
Sudden death due to hydatid cyst: thirty-four medicolegal autopsy cases.
Usually, hydatid cysts infect liver and lungs but rarely only in one or two percent of the cases they attack the brain.
It is reported that the most sensitive test is Echinococcus IgG ELISA in serological diagnosis in pulmonary hydatid cysts; IHA takes the second place.
Hydatid disease remains an important global socioeconomic health problem, particularly in the endemic areas.
Hydatid cyst disease (HCD) or cystic echinococcosis (CE) is a serious and important zoonotic disease (Zhang et al., 2017; De NV & Le van D 2017), an endemic disease (Al-Mayah et al., 2012).
Hydatid disease or echinococcosis, a systemic zoonosis is caused by Echinococcusgranulosus larvae.