Renal cysts are sacs of fluid that form in the kidneys. Most of the time, they are simple kidney cysts, meaning they have a thin wall and only water-like fluid inside. They are fairly common in older people and typically do not cause any symptoms or harm. Simple kidney cysts are often detected during an imaging test performed for another condition. Simple kidney cysts that dont cause signs or symptoms usually dont require treatment. Renal cysts associated with polycystic kidney disease can lead to damage of the kidneys. Additionally, PKD can impair kidney function, elevate blood pressure and cause problems with blood vessels in the heart and brain, or cause cysts on the liver. Nursing Care Journal is interested in the special fields related to the topics of this Journal. Nursing care Journal discusses the latest research innovations and important developments in this field.