cystoid


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cystoid

 [sis´toid]
1. resembling a cyst.
2. a cystlike, circumscribed collection of softened material, having no enclosing capsule.

cys·toid

(sis'toyd),
1. Bladderlike, resembling a cyst. Synonym(s): cystiform, cystomorphous
2. A tumor resembling a cyst, with fluid, granular, or pulpy contents, but without a capsule.
[cysto- + G. eidos, appearance]

cystoid

/cys·toid/ (sis´toid)
1. resembling a cyst.
2. a cystlike, circumscribed collection of softened material, having no enclosing capsule.

cystoid

(sĭs′toid′)
adj.
Formed like or resembling a cyst.
n.
A cystoid structure.

cystoid

[sis′toid]
Etymology: Gk, kystis, bag + eidos, form
pertaining to or resembling a cyst or bladder.

cys·toid

(sis'toyd)
1. Bladderlike, resembling a cyst.
Synonym(s): cystiform, cystomorphous.
2. A tumor resembling a cyst, with fluid, granular, or pulpy contents, but without a capsule.
[cysto- + G. eidos, appearance]

cystoid

Cyst-like.

cystoid

1. resembling a cyst.
2. a cystlike, circumscribed collection of softened material, having no enclosing capsule.
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Total atrophy of the retinal pigment epithelium was noted on the right and cystoid macular edema was present on the left.
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If the condition is not treated properly, it can lead to glaucoma, cataract and cystoid macular oedema.