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encysted

 [en-sist´ed]
enclosed in a sac, bladder, or cyst.

en·cyst·ed

(en-sis'ted),
Encapsulated by a membranous bag.
[G. kystis, bladder]

encysted

/en·cyst·ed/ (en-sist´id) enclosed in a sac, bladder, or cyst.

en·cyst·ed

(en-sis'tĕd)
Encapsulated by a membranous bag.
[G. kystis, bladder]

Encysted

Enclosed in a cyst or capsule. Flukes spend part of their life cycle as encysted larvae.
Mentioned in: Fluke Infections

encysted

enclosed in a sac, bladder or cyst.

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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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The presence of encysted metacercariae in the connective tissue of the gonad, however, suggests that M.
In this case, stating that parasitemia occurred by toxoplasmosis reactivation due to either recrudescence of the encysted bradyzoites or the acute phase of an infection is uncertain.
In one snail, metacercariae of normal Tetracotyle form were observed encysted in their own sporocysts; cysts of 180-210 (195 [+ or -] 12) long and 135-165 (139 [+ or -] 10) wide, with thick double wall.
Podocysts are essentially polyp-derived tissues encysted in a protective layer of perisarc, and are able to withstand extreme salinity changes and desiccation, sometimes for years (Dumont, 1994; Ikeda et al.
Parasites in the subcutis consisted of encysted cestodes associated with necrotizing and eosinophilic-lymphoplasmacytic cellulitis with fibrosis and edema.
It is currently impossible to measure or detect the encysted larval load in living horse however there are exciting advancements in diagnosis of disease by means of molecular approaches such as cyathostomin gut-associated larval antigen-1 (Cy-GALA-1).
Following infection, localised pigmented chorioretinal scars are left behind which may contain the organism in its inactive, encysted form.
Germ tubes developed from encysted zoospores within 10-20 minutes after encystment.
In both cases, the findings of encysted tubular structures lined with flattened cuboidal cells without atypia were consistent with the diagnosis of nephrogenic adenoma of the urinary bladder.
Hutton RF (1957) Preliminary notes on trematodes (Heterophydade and Strigeoides) encysted in the heart and flesh of Florida mullet Mugil cephalus L.
Metacercariae of an unidentified digenean were also found encysted on gills (infection 66.