polycystic

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Related to multicystic: multicystic encephalomalacia

pol·y·cys·tic

 (pŏl′ē-sĭs′tĭk)
adj.
Having or containing many cysts: polycystic kidney disease.

polycystic

(ˌpɒlɪˈsɪstɪk)
adj
(Medicine) med containing many cysts: a polycystic ovary.
Translations

pol·y·cys·tic

a. poliquístico-a, que está formado-a por varios quistes;
___ kidney diseaseenfermedad ___ del riñón;
___ ovarian syndromesíndrome ___ ovárico.

polycystic

adj poliquístico
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Doctors diagnosed Austin with multicystic dysplastic kidney (MCDK), a condition where one kidney does not develop correctly as it is forming in the womb.
Patient of BPS had a multicystic mass in left lower chest with systemic supply by an aberrant vessel originating from coeliac trunk.
In addition, none of the reported cases was associated with internal malformation, except one with imperforate anus and unilateral multicystic kidney dysplasia.
Janner et al (26) showed the positive impact of oral 17-[beta] estradiol treatment on longitudinal growth, bone age maturation, regulation of pituitary gonadotropin feedback, improving multicystic ovaries and bone density in the long-term follow-up of a girl with a compound heterozygote mutation in CYP19A1 gene.
A typical ameloblastoma was regarded as a solid, multicystic type of tumor in the 2017 WHO classification and as a desmoplastic type in the 2005 WHO classification.
Among them, there are the mucus-secreting cysts, also called tailgut cysts or cystic hamartomas, that are often lined by transitional, columnar mucinous epithelium and characterized by a multicystic aspect and high frequency in middle-aged women.
An observational study was done on 20 cases of Ameloblastoma (Unicystic and multicystic variants) and 20 cases of Odontogenic Keratocyst taken from archives of the Department.
In type I, the additional chromosome set is of paternal origin (Diandric) and placenta is enlarged and partially multicystic (molar) whereas the fetus is relatively well-grown with either proportionate head size or slight microcephaly.
A 41-year-old Caucasian female presented with rapidly increasing abdominal girth and early satiety with a computed tomography (CT) scan demonstrating a 29x24x25 cm multicystic, multiloculated right-sided abdominal mass with extension into the pelvis (Figure 1).
Five (2.3%) infants exhibited extensive multicystic lesions in WM that were classified as Grade 3 through cUS.
According to WHO ameloblastomas are classified into solid/ multicystic, extra osseous/peripheral, desmoplastic and unicystic variants.
Sectioning of the specimen revealed a yellowish solid multicystic mass containing hair sebaceous material, cartilage, and bone (Figure 3b).