Definitions for "Cyst"
A pouch or sac without opening, usually membranous and containing morbid matter, which is accidentally developed in one of the natural cavities or in the substance of an organ.
A small capsule or sac of the kind in which many immature entozoans exist in the tissues of living animals; also, a similar form in Rotifera, etc.
A form assumed by Protozoa in which they become saclike and quiescent. It generally precedes the production of germs. See Encystment.
Any dormant or resting nonmotile cell possessing a distinct cell wall.
a bladder or bag-like structure that may contain the resting stage of an organism; a number of organisms (e.g., Giardia, tapeworms, etc.) form cysts as part of their lifecycle NRBS - Home Table of Contents
a vesting stage formed by some bacteria and protozoa wherein entire cell is surrounded by a protective layer — — CLOSE
Keywords:  pimple, lesion, vocal, mucosa, folds
a deep, painful Pimple Testicle lesion that can cause scarring
a severe pimple that takes a longer time to reach the surface
A growth that forms beneath the surface layer of the vocal fold mucosa. It causes a gap between the two vocal folds and prevents normal vibration. Term found in Types of Voice Disorders: Cysts.
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Niacin Tumour Nystagmus
A thick-walled spherical body that develops after amoebae of Amoebidiales cease to migrate, the cyst later produces cystospores. Also refers to the thick-walled and usually ellipsoidal cells of Harpellales that develop in the ovaries of the adult insect host.
a general term for thick-walled vegetative cell
a monolayer of polarized epithelial cells enclosing a lumen
Keywords:  fuci, rockweeds, alg, bladder, kelp
In old authors, the urinary bladder, or the gall bladder.
One of the bladders or air vessels of certain algæ, as of the great kelp of the Pacific, and common rockweeds (Fuci) of our shores.
(prefix) bladder. e.g. cystitis - inflammation of the urinary bladder.
Keywords:  nodule, pus, clogged, pore, tender
an inflamed (with pus), clogged pore under the skin, which can be tender to the touch
Similar to a nodule but filed with pus and at least 5 mm in diameter.
See nodule .
Keywords:  symptomatic
Symptomatic
a bump that forms under the skin
a lump within the skin and these vary in size from pin-head to pea-size or larger
a severe form of acne and is likely to leave scars
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Mobility Skull Molecular Somatostatin
Keywords:  urethritis, neural
Neural Urethritis
Keywords:  mastoiditis, surgical
Mastoiditis Surgical
Keywords:  fairy, encased, larva, shrimp, embryo
An embryo ( larva) encased in a shell. See also the special report section at the bottom of the Fairy Shrimp page.
a round swelling in the eyelid that develops from a blocked oil gland
a small swelling in either ovary which forms as part of your menstrual cycle
an area of radiolucency surrounded by a radio-opaque line
Keywords:  ma'am, render, packages, aid, you
To render aid. "Can Ah cyst you with those packages, ma'am."
resistant wall or shell secreted around an organism.
Keywords:  see
See Cysts.