encysted


Also found in: Medical.

en·cyst

 (ĕn-sĭst′)
v. en·cyst·ed, en·cyst·ing, 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.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.encysted - enclosed in (or as if in) a cyst
Translations

en·cyst·ed

a. enquistado-a, que se encuentra envuelto en un saco o quiste.
References in periodicals archive ?
Unidentified metacercariae of digenean trematodes encysted in the connective tissue of seven ovaries were distinguished (Fig.
This may occur in the acute phase of infection or, alternatively, when there is recrudescence of encysted bradyzoites, with possible appearance of clinical signs, such as in situations in which the immune system is affected (DUBEY, 2010).
In cases of encysted empyemas, where ICTD insertion was not feasible pigtail catheters (8.
The intermediate hosts become infected by ingesting eggs from the contaminated environment, and they develop a characteristic strobilocercus-type larva, called Strobilocercus fasciolaris, encysted in the liver, where they continue their development (Al Salihi et al.
Five hours post-exposure (PE) the fish were dissected, showing many free young metacercariae, not yet encysted in the body musculature.
All Nematodes, however, remain aquatic or highly hygrophilic animals, and when there is no film of water; they die, pass slowly, become dehydrated, or encysted [3].
In typical tomography, encysted fluid reservoirs with gaseous bubbles are found in the soft tissue of the mouth floor and the neck, with oedema of the subdermal tissue of the neck and obturation of the airways [8].
alata could explain the patterns we have observed, it seems more likely that genetic metapopulation cohesion is maintained via dispersal through the swimming medusa stage, and perhaps via dispersal of encysted planulae, which are described here for the first time in Alatina.
Encapsulated papillary carcinoma was previously referred to as intracystic or encysted papillary carcinoma and was thought to be a variant of DCIS.
Different from the lesions of granulomatous mastitis, the three most common sonogaphic shapes in patients with fat necrosis was cystic nodules with sharp margins, solid masses with a boundary echo, and complicated echogenicity accompanied with a thick hyperechoic encysted band.
The life cycles begin as eggs are released by adults worms (13-55 mm in length) encysted in the stomachs of definitive animal hosts and shed in the hosts' feces.