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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
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a. enquistado-a, que se encuentra envuelto en un saco o quiste.
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However, some reports have shown that old wounds and asymptomatic foreign bodies can be treated conservatively because, with time, most foreign bodies become safely encysted and benign (4).
Bradyzoites and tissue cyst is a stage encysted in the tissue.
Repeated exposure with the same light intensity identified possible variation in cercarial emergence and metacercarial (encysted larvae) formation over time, and the significant difference was statistically calculated.
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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).
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., 2009; Duque et al., 2012).
Five hours post-exposure (PE) the fish were dissected, showing many free young metacercariae, not yet encysted in the body musculature.