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cyst

 (sĭst)
n.
1. An abnormal membranous sac in the body containing a gaseous, liquid, or semisolid substance.
2. A sac or vesicle in the body.
3. Biology A small capsulelike sac that encloses certain organisms in their dormant or larval stage.
4. Botany A thick-walled resting spore, as in certain algae or fungi.

[New Latin cystis, from Greek kustis, bladder; see kwes- in Indo-European roots.]
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cyst

(sɪst)
n
1. (Pathology) pathol any abnormal membranous sac or blisterlike pouch containing fluid or semisolid material
2. (Anatomy) anatomy any normal sac or vesicle in the body
3. (Zoology) a thick-walled protective membrane enclosing a cell, larva, or organism
[C18: from New Latin cystis, from Greek kustis pouch, bag, bladder]
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cyst

(sɪst)

n.
1. any abnormal saclike growth of the body in which matter is retained.
2. a bladder, sac, or vesicle.
3.
a. a protective capsule or spore surrounding an inactive or resting organism or a reproductive body.
b. such a capsule and its contents.
[1705–15; < New Latin cystis < Greek kýstis pouch, bladder; akin to kŷma cyma]

cyst-

var. of cysto-, before a vowel: cystectomy.

-cyst

var. of cysto-, as final element in a word: statocyst.
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cyst

(sĭst)
An abnormal sac in the body, composed of a membrane surrounding a fluid or a soft solid material.
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cyst

An abnormal fluid-filled sac in the skin or tissues, with many causes and types.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.cyst - a closed sac that develops abnormally in some body structurecyst - a closed sac that develops abnormally in some body structure
dermoid cyst - a cystic tumor (usually benign) with a wall lined with epithelium and a cavity containing other material
galactocele - a cystic tumor containing milk or a milky substance (especially in the mammary glands)
blood cyst, hematocyst, hemorrhagic cyst - a cyst containing blood
hydatid - cyst filled with liquid; forms as a result of infestation by tapeworm larvae (as in echinococcosis)
nabothian cyst, nabothian follicle - a cyst that forms in the nabothian glands of the uterine cervix
ovarian cyst - a cystic tumor (usually benign) of the ovary
ranula - a cyst on the underside of the tongue
pilar cyst, sebaceous cyst, steatocystoma, wen - a common cyst of the skin; filled with fatty matter (sebum) that is secreted by a sebaceous gland that has been blocked
pathology - any deviation from a healthy or normal condition
2.cyst - a small anatomically normal sac or bladderlike structure (especially one containing fluid)cyst - a small anatomically normal sac or bladderlike structure (especially one containing fluid)
dacryocyst, lacrimal sac, tear sac - either of the two dilated ends of the lacrimal ducts at the nasal ends of the eyes that fill with tears secreted by the lacrimal glands
dictyosome, Golgi apparatus, Golgi body, Golgi complex - a netlike structure in the cytoplasm of animal cells (especially in those cells that produce secretions)
sac - a structure resembling a bag in an animal
bleb, blister - (pathology) an elevation of the skin filled with serous fluid
follicle - any small spherical group of cells containing a cavity
liposome - an artificially made microscopic vesicle into which nucleic acids can be packaged; used in molecular biology as a transducing vector
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Translations
كيسكِيس
cysta
cyste
rakkula
cista
ciszta
blaîra
嚢胞
포낭
cista
cista
cysta
cysta
ถุงน้ำที่เกิดในร่างกายคนหรือสัตว์
nang

cyst

[sɪst] Nquiste m
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1971, 1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2003, 2005

cyst

[ˈsɪst] nkyste mcystic fibrosis [ˌsɪstɪkfaɪˈbrəʊsɪs] nmucoviscidose f
to have cystic fibrosis, to suffer from cystic fibrosis → être atteint(e) de mucoviscidose
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cyst

nZyste f
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cyst

[sɪst] ncisti f inv
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cyst

(sist) noun
a kind of liquid-filled blister on an internal part of the body or just under the skin.
Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary © 2006-2013 K Dictionaries Ltd.

cyst

كِيس cysta cyste Zyste κύστη quiste rakkula kyste cista ciste 嚢胞 포낭 cyste svulst cysta cisto, quisto киста cysta ถุงน้ำที่เกิดในร่างกายคนหรือสัตว์ kist nang 囊肿
Multilingual Translator © HarperCollins Publishers 2009

cyst

n. quiste, saco o bolsa que contiene líquido o materia semilíquida;
pilonidal ______ pilonidal, que contiene pelo, gen. localizado en el área sacrococcígea;
sebaceous ______ sebáceo, gen. localizado en el cuero cabelludo.
English-Spanish Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

cyst

n quiste m; Baker o Baker’s — quiste de Baker, quiste poplíteo; — passer (amebiasis) portador -ra mf asintomático (que expulsa quistes); dermoid — quiste dermoide; epidermal inclusion — quiste epidermoide; ganglion — ganglión m, ganglio; hydatid — quiste hidatídico; ovarian — quiste ovárico or de ovario; pilonidal — quiste pilonidal; popliteal — quiste poplíteo; sebaceous — (fam) quiste sebáceo (fam), quiste epidermoide synovial — quiste sinovial; thyroglossal duct — quiste del conducto tirogloso
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References in periodicals archive ?
It is the second-most common odontogenic cyst, with a frequency ranging from 11.4% to 44%.
This odontogenic carcinoma was considered a single entity, until Elzay's review in 1982.5 Now PI-OC arising de-novo is critically defined and is a clearly separate entity from carcinoma arising from an odontogenic cyst.4,6,7 Upto two - thirds of PIOC represents malignant transformation within odontogenic cysts while PIOC arising de-novo is relatively rare.8
Orthokeratinized odontogenic cyst (OOC) is a relatively uncommon developmental cyst comprising about 10% of cases that had been previously coded as odontogenic keratocysts (OKCs).
The pathological changes associated with the impacted 3rd molar are cystic changes which include Dentigerous cysts ,Odontogenic keratocyst and Calcifying Odontogenic cyst .Ameloblastoma ,Myxoma and Odontogenic fibroma are the commonest neoplasms .Soft tissue pathological changes are hyperplasia's ,inflammation and calcification are the common findings around the impacted 3rd molar teeth.
Mostly, nonneoplastic causes of jaw swelling in a young patient are an apical cyst, dentigerous cyst, calcifying odontogenic cyst, odontogenic keratocyst, and central giant cell granuloma [3, 10-12], whereas common neoplastic causes are an adenomatoid odontogenic tumor, unicystic ameloblastoma, calcifying epithelial odontogenic tumor (CEOT), ameloblastic fibroma, and ameloblastic fibroodontoma [3, 12, 13].
Jaw bones are the most common sites for odontogenic cyst and tumors affecting human skeleton.
Dentigerous cyst are most frequent type of developmental odontogenic cyst derived from epithelial remnants of tooth forming organs.
The differential diagnosis for a calcified mass in the maxillary sinus includes benign tumors (e.g., an osteoma, ossifying fibroma, or calcifying odontogenic cyst), malignant tumors (osteosarcoma), unerupted teeth, antroliths (calcified sinus "stones" that form around a central inflammatory nidus), fungal disease, radiopaque foreign bodies (bone chips or dental cement), and inflammatory cysts.
Primary intraosseous squamous cell carcinoma (PIOSCC) is a squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) arising within the jaws, having no initial connection with oral mucosa and, presumably, developing from residues of the odontogenic epithelium or from an odontogenic cyst or tumor.
Primary intraosseous squamous cell carcinoma arising in an odontogenic cyst: a clinicopathologic analysis of 116 reported cases.
Impacted teeth may lead to common complications like carious lesions of the impacted or adjacent tooth, periapical infection, periodontal disease and pathology like cyst and tumor.9 Common odontogenic cysts and tumors include dentigerous cyst, calcifying odontogenic cyst, ameloblastoma, adenomatoid odontogenic tumor, odontogenic keratocyst, calcifying epithelial odontogenic tumor, and odontoma.10 Review of literature states that cystic or neoplastic lesions are seen in 16% of impacted teeth and is most common finding during the second and third decades of life.11 The most frequent lesion associated with impacted teeth is the dentigerous cyst.12