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v. en·cyst·ed, en·cyst·ing, en·cysts
To enclose in or as if in a cyst.
To take the form of or become enclosed in a cyst.

en·cyst′ment, en′cys·ta′tion n.
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Adj.1.encysted - enclosed in (or as if in) a cyst


a. enquistado-a, que se encuentra envuelto en un saco o quiste.
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pacificus are encysted in membraneous cysts in the viscera, on the peritoneum or in the stomach wall; some have also been found outside of the intestinal wall and in the gonads (33) (Figure 3).
Legionella are also known to be sheltered within encysted amoebae; indeed, after phagocytosis by amoebae, whose cells are relatively chlorine-resistant, Legionella can survive up to 50 ppm chlorine (Kilvington and Price 1990).
Parasites in the subcutis consisted of encysted cestodes associated with necrotizing and eosinophilic-lymphoplasmacytic cellulitis with fibrosis and edema.
Following infection, localised pigmented chorioretinal scars are left behind which may contain the organism in its inactive, encysted form.
Female hydrocele, also known as encysted hydrocele of canal of Nuck, is a rare condition with only about 400 reported cases.
An unsuspecting young deer biologist might be tempted to necropsy such an animal, spilling blood and internal fluids containing the encysted bacteria onto the ground and into the air.
There is a great intensity of final host animals around the drinking sites during the dry seasons and due to the absence of natural pastures, animals were forced to graze Fasciola encysted cercariae contaminated plants around the canal banks [21].
After preliminary tests, the greatest astaxanthin accumulation in the encysted H.
Giardia lamblia (Stiles) is one of the more common zoonotic protozoa and has a relatively stable encysted stage that remains infectious in water or wet soil.
It's important to note that anti-worm medications don't kill encysted larvae in the dog's tissue and can't prevent this parasite from being passed from mother to newborn puppies.
While adult worms are readily killed by anthelminitics, the larval stages actually causing the disease are much less susceptible to being killed because they are often encysted and protected by a hard capsule.
The histological study showed encysted tubular structures lined with flattened cuboidal cells, consistent with vesical nephrogenic adenoma (Fig.