pseudocyst

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pseu·do·cyst

n. pseudoquiste, formación semejante a la de un quiste.

pseudocyst

n pseudoquiste or seudoquiste m; pancreatic — pseudoquiste or seudoquiste pancreático
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The ensuing thoracic collections may be in the form of pleural effusions, pleural pseudocysts or mediastinal pseudocysts.
Endoscopic treatment of pseudocysts has significantly reduced morbidity and pain associated with surgery.
Adrenal cysts: simple cysts, pseudocysts, lymphangiomas
On cross-sectional imaging (either contrast-enhanced CT or contrast-enhanced magnetic resonance imaging), pancreatic pseudocysts are seen as well-defined fluid collections with or without internal septation.
5) In addition to micrencephaly, frequent findings in the brains of fetuses affected by TORCH agents include ventriculomegaly, encephalomalacic pseudocysts, atrophic corpus callosum, polymicrogyria, cerebellar hypoplasia, and calcifications, which can usually be detected by neuroimaging.
Diagnosis and treatment of pediatric vallecular cysts and pseudocysts.
CT scans were retrospectively reviewed on picture archiving and communication systems (PACS) workstations and findings were recorded; including presence and extent of pancreatic necrosis, fluid collections, pseudocysts and the presence of extrapancreatic findings such as VCs (venous thrombosis and pseudoaneurysm), gall bladder, common bile duct (CBD) and colonic involvement.
Around 800 cases of pseudocysts were described in the literature.
proposed a classification based on histopathology [1], where distinction has been made between true and false cysts or pseudocysts.
There are acute peripancreatic fluids, pseudocysts, necrotic collections, vascular complications, ascitis, and pleural effusion.
In cats, T foetus is considered trichomonads with no existing cyst form; nevertheless, formation of pseudocysts or of true cysts has been already observed in several trichomonads, probably as a response to environmental stress [18].