About half of the patients with polycystic kidney disease found in middle age have polycystic liver disease, about 70% in patient over 60 years older. It is generally believed that its development is slow, and about 10 years later than cystic kidneys. The cyst is made up of a labyrinth of the labyrinth. In addition, cysts can occur in the pancreas and ovaries, and the rate of colonic diverticulum is higher.
As the cyst getting bigger,the normal kidney and liver tissue would get smaller and the normal function would be impaired. Consult with the surgery about transplantation.