Renal Cyst Infection is when a cyst forms in the kidney and then becomes infected. A renal cyst is pocket filled with fluid and does not usually cause symptoms unless it is infected. The symptoms of a Renal Cyst Infection include fever, chills, and pain. The cyst can be drained with a long needle through the skin or surgery can also be used. A Renal Cyst Infection is treated with a long dose of antibiotics.
Renal Cyst Infection Bioinformatics Tool
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