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.

intracystic

/in·tra·cys·tic/ (-sis´tik) within the bladder or a cyst.

intracystic

within a bladder or a cyst.
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Sonographically this was similar to an intracystic papilloma of the breast but the location was atypical.
15,49,51) On imaging studies, larger cyst size, thickening of the septations within an MCN, and presence of an intracystic or adjacent solid mass are radiologic features that may suggest an associated invasive PDAC.
Complex breast cysts have thick septations, thick walls, intracystic masses or other solid components.
Previous researches demonstrate that pituitary MRI features of RCC are variable according to intracystic content.
Many of the intracystic stones have a soft, muddy and pigmented appearance that supports the biliary stasis, which is the primary etiologic factor.
Levovist ultrasonography imaging in intracystic hemorrhage of simple liver cyst.
Case of Intracystic Papillary Carcinoma in Papilloma
The device allows complete evacuation of the cysts and its contents and facilitates intracystic inspection.
3/11/10 mm, with thick membrane, clear content, without any proliferations or intracystic septa (Figures 1 and 2).
According to the literature, up to 30% of patients come to the first check-up with signs of intracystic infection [15].
Treatment of ranula with intracystic injection of the streptococcal preparation OK-432.