pericystic

per·i·cys·tic

(per'i-sis'tik),
1. Surrounding the urinary bladder.
2. Surrounding the gallbladder.
3. Surrounding a cyst.
Synonym(s): perivesical
[peri- + G. kystis, bladder]
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

per·i·cys·tic

(per'i-sis'tik)
1. Surrounding the urinary bladder.
2. Surrounding the gallbladder.
3. Surrounding a cyst.
Synonym(s): perivesical.
[peri- + G. kystis, bladder]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

pericystic

(pĕr″ĭ-sĭs′tĭk) [″ + kystis, bladder]
Surrounding a cyst.
Medical Dictionary, © 2009 Farlex and Partners
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Separation of membrane at one part and a small pericystic collection was also noted.
There were no pericystic lymph nodes, and the cystic duct was not obstructed.
Dissection of the cyst had been complicated by extensive pericystic adhesions and esophagomyotomy was required for complete excision.
Caption: Figure 3: Cystic and biphasic tumor with benign, spindle cell stroma, focally resembling ovarian stroma, arranged with increased density in pericystic areas.
Ganglion cysts also do not appear to have an inflammatory etiology, as demonstrated by studies showing no pericystic inflammatory changes (1).
Thymic cysts may be unilocular or multilocular and are thin walled tense cysts filled with brown fluid showing pericystic fibrosis with inflammation, haemorrhage, and cholesterol clefts in the wall [7].
The presence of ill-defined, stellate-shaped nodules in the pericystic parenchyma characteristically distinguishes PLCH from other cystic lesions.
Ji, "Sonographic findings of ruptured epidermal inclusion cysts in superficial soft tissue: emphasis on shapes, pericystic changes, and pericystic vascularity," Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine, vol.
We performed cystectomy and resection of the adjacent pericystic structures in all 10 of our patients who had intrathoracic extrapulmonary cysts.
Once the hydatid cyst is present in a suitable host tissue however components of its fluid are likely to be released chronically into the pericystic microenvironment and stimulate a host inflammatory response producing TGF-AY and subsequently down-regulating NKG2D expression and impairing NK cell effector function.
On immunohistochemistry, a strong immunopositivity for podoplanin (D2-40) was seen in the condensed linear structures within the pericystic interstitium (ie, the inner part of the stroma surrounding the cystic spaces) of every cystic space (Table 3; Figures 2, B, and 4, B), superficially resembling that seen in the adjacent lymphatic spaces (Figure 4, B).