intracystic

intracystic

 [in″trah-sis´tik]
within the bladder or a cyst.

in·tra·cys·tic

(in'tră-sis'tik),
Within a cyst or the urinary bladder.
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Histologically, cystadenocarcinomas are usually lined by ductal-type adenocarcinoma cells and demonstrate intracystic papillae that can be exuberant (Figure 9, A through C).
Abdominal computed tomography revealed a distended, wide, double-border gallbladder with intracystic extravasation, whereas the biliary tract appeared normal (Figure 1).
(6) Papillary was dropped from the name in the 2005 WHO classification, as the intracystic papillary projections were not always a prominent feature.
For recurrent cystic hygroma, intravenous cyclophosphamide and intracystic injection of OK-432 have been advocated.
As in our study only a minority of patients present with complications such as jaundice, cyst rupture, bacterial infection or intracystic haemorrhage.
Based on recent immunohistochemical studies, intracystic papillary carcinoma is called encapsulated papillary carcinoma (EPC) (3).
(3) Imaging findings that support a diagnosis of malignancy are nodular wall thickness and thickening of the mass, intracystic vegetations, indistinct boundaries, cranial extension of the mass beyond S3, and lymphadenopathy.
Sonographically this was similar to an intracystic papilloma of the breast but the location was atypical.
MCN with an associated invasive carcinoma manifests as a large unilocular or septated cystic lesion with intracystic enhancing soft tissue (Figs.
The cystectomy was successfully performed without rupture and the piece was sent to the parasitology laboratory with evidence of proliferative membrane (macroscopically) and alive scolex in the intracystic fluid (microscopically) (Figure 4).