The discharge criteria were as follows: (1) intravenous infusions ceased and semifluid
intake recovered; (2) the patient could independently perform ambulatory activities; (3) the patient's pain was not controlled by pain medications or oral analgesics; and (4) the patient and his or her family agreed to discharge.
By definition, these are cysts--pathologic cavities with fluid or semifluid
contents other than pus.
A cyst is defined as an epithelium lined cavity having fluid, semifluid
or gaseous contents and which is not created by the accumulation of pus1.
A cyst can be defined as a pathological cavity usually inside bone lined interiorly by epithelium and exteriorly by connective tissue filled with fluid or semifluid
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17) In 1869, Huxley proposed that 'a semifluid
, semitransparent, colorless substance called 'protoplasm' must be 'the physical basis of life' and that this viscid compound was common to all the diversities of vital existence.
INTRODUCTION: Cyst is defined as "a pathological cavity having fluid, semifluid
or gaseous contents and which are not created by the accumulation of pus".
20) Messenger RNA then exits the nucleus and enters the cytoplasm, the semifluid
medium of the cell, where translation occurs.
Kramer (1974) has defined a cyst as 'a pathological cavity having fluid, semifluid
or gaseous contents and which is not created by the accumulation of pus.