Arachnoid cysts are a common type of cyst which can affect the brain or spinal cord. Many arachnoid cysts remain constant in size and do not cause symptoms or require any treatment. However, depending on their size and location, some arachnoid cysts can cause pressure on the brain or spinal cord, which can result inRead More
What are Arachnoid Cysts?
An arachnoid cyst is an abnormal sac filled with fluid and located near the brain or spinal cord -in a type of tissue called the arachnoid membrane. These cysts are usually filled with cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) that bathes and cushions the brain and spinal cord. They are most often present at birth (primary type)Read More