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encyst

(ĕn-sĭst′)
v. en·cysted, en·cysting, en·cysts
v.tr.
To enclose in or as if in a cyst.
v.intr.
To take the form of or become enclosed in a cyst.

en·cyst′ment, en′cys·ta′tion n.

encyst

[ensist′]
to form a cyst or capsule. See also cyst. encysted, adj.

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Q. what is hydrocele-encysted when refering to the scrotum uroligist checked off 603.0 hydrocele-encysted tring to find out meaning

A. Hydrocele is dilation and edema of the scrotum. It may result from obstruction of the lymph vessels, small ducts that drain the fluids from the body organs. Such obstruction may be due to infections and other causes.

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Other trematodes collected were Philophthalmus gralli, an eye fluke found in waterfowl, and Haplorchis, a trematode that encysts in muscle of fish at the maxillary, operculum, and insertions of fins.
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After passing through the gut wall, the preparasitic stage then encysts, usually in the fat body, intestinal wall, connective tissue or muscle tissue of the paratenic host (Fig.