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.
Common lesion in the breast, thought to result from coalescence of lobular acini.
A fluid filled lump in the skin.
A pocket-like structure filled with fluid. Also referred to as a nodule.
Simple, saclike cavity that can develop in any of a number of different body tissues; it usually contains fluid or a semisolid, cheesy or doughy material.
fluid filled structure. May be normal or abnormal depending on circumstances.
fluid-filled mass. They can be left alone or the fluid can be removed by aspiration with a fine needle to be examined by a pathologist. These are not solid lumps and are usually benign. Small cysts are a common finding in ultrasound – see ANDI.
a sac containing a dormant animal. a sac of morbid matter in plant or animal tissue.
A sac containing liquid or semisolid material usually in the dermis.
A sac or pocket in the body containing fluid or semisolid material.
a closed sac or capsule containing liquid or a semi-solid substance. Associated terms: encyst.
a sac-like structure filled with fluid and diseased matter.
An encased infection consisting of fluid or semi-solid material. Decalcification Pertaining to the loss of calcium from teeth making them weaker and more susceptible to decay.
Sac or cavity filled with fluid or disease matter.
Abnormal sac containing liquid or semisolid matter.
A tissue cavity that contains fluid or viscous liquid and is surrounded by a tissue capsule.
(anatomy) Any closed cavity or sac that is lined by epithelium often contains liquid or semi-solid material.
fibrous capsule containing fluid.
a membrane sac containing fluid or semisolid matter. Degeneration - deterioration as a result of chemical change or invasion of abnormal matter.
(sist) Closed, usually spherical, membranous sac that develops abnormally in human or other animal tissue and contains fluid or semisolid material. Some types of cysts form when glands are blocked, and most cysts are benign.
A closed sac having a distinct membrane and developing abnormally in a body cavity or structure.
an abnormal, saclike structure that contains liquid or semisolid material which may be benign or malignant.
A collection of fluid within the spinal cord that may increase pressure on the cord and lead to pain, dysreflexia, and/or loss of sensation.
Microscopic saclike body having a robust wall that in some microalgae, protozoans, and other protists serves as a resting stage in the life cycle preceding sexual reproduction.
Sack-like reproductive structure that contains millions of infective larvae, which infect a canine when it accidentally swallows it.
a closed sac that develops abnormally in some body structure
a small anatomically normal sac or bladderlike structure (especially one containing fluid)
a benign condition in which a tube becomes filled with fluid and it is the tube that generally allows the milk to come out from the breast
a benign, membranous sac containing gas or fluid or semi-solid substances
a bubble of fluid in the body
a cavity containing fluid and surrounded by a covering (capsule)
a cavity lined by an epithelium
a closed bag having a distinct membrane and developing abnormally in a cavity or structure of the body
a closed cavity or sac lined with a thin layer of covering tissue called epithelium
a closed cavity which contains fluid or semi-solid material
a closed pocket or pouch of tissue
a closed pouch of tissue that may be filled with pus, fluid, air or other material
a closed sac or poupch, with a definite wall,
a closed sac that can be filled with matter
a collection of fluid and appears to be different from the normal tissue
a collection of fluid in a sac-like structure
a collection of fluid in a small sac in the breast, and it is rare for it to be cancerous
a deep adult acne treatment, painful pus-filled lesion that can cause scarring
a fluid filled body, in this case smaller than a billiard ball
a harmless sac-like growth in the deeper layers of the skin ,
a lesion that contains fluid or semi-solid material
a lesion that holds fluid or semisolid material while a tumor is a growth of tissue that creates either an enlargement or swelling
a little balloon filled with air or fluid on one
a little pocket with some liquid in it
a lump or sac that is
a mass made up of a collection of material, usually mucus, that is surrounded by a membrane
an abnormal closed cavity in the body, lined by epithelium (membrane tissue) containing a liquid or semisolid material
an abnormal, closed sac-like structure within a tissue that contains
an abnormal lump, swelling, or sac that contains fluid, a are in the basal ganglia, hypothalamus, optic chiasm, and pineal gland
an abnormal lump, swelling, or sac that contains fluid, a part solid material, or a gas, and is covered with a membrane
an abnormal pocket of fluid, like a blister, that can form in many different areas of the body including the skin, genitals and internal organs
an abnormal sac or membrane containing a fluid or semisolid material
an abnormal sac with fluid in
an abnormal sac within the body containing fluid or
an enclosed sac or pouch that usually contains liquid or semisolid material
a sac containing fluid or semi-solid material
a sac filled with liquid or a jelly-like material
a sac filled with liquid or semisolid material
a saclike growth on the body in which liquid is contained
a sac-like lesion containing liquid or semi-liquid material consisting of white blood cells, dead cells, and bacteria
a saclike structure in the body
a saclike structure usually filled with fluid
a sac-like wound
a sac that usually contains one
a small bag of fluid within the breast
a small growth on the ovary which is filled with fluid
a space within or under the skin that is filled with fluid or cellular debris
a totally benign mass found on a mammogram , and frequently it is felt by the
a walled-off sac that is formed by dead skin cells and debris, it is usually approximately one centimeter in size
A deep lesion that is filled with puss.
A sac with membraneous wall, enclosing fluid or semi solid matter
abnormal membranous sac containing fluid, semifluid or solid material ( Kanchanar Guggulu, Punarnavadi Guggulu)
is a sack-like structure usually filled with fluid or semi-liquid material, like a sebaceous cyst.
walled sac or pouch formed when cells in the sebaceous follicles sludge up and become impacted.
a sack-like structure that contains liquid or semisolid material. Cysts are abnormal and my be cancerous or benign.
A growth or mass filled with fluid or soft material. Ovarian cysts can cause difficulties with ovulation.
a sac that develops abnormally in a natural cavity of the body, in an organ or in an abnormal structure such as a tumor.
An abnormal sac-like structure containing fluid or semi-solid material, which may present as a lump in various parts of the body. Most cysts are benign (non-malignant) but some may become cancerous (malignant). All lumps require medical assessment.
a skin tumor, almost always benign, filled with fluid or solid matter.
Fluid-filled benign lump.
An abnormal cavity in a body organ or tissue, containing fluid or semi-solid material.
Collection of fluid or semi-solid material within a sac with an epithelial lining.
A sack-like structure in the skin filled with diseased fluid -- to the top
A sac or vesicle in the body.
An abnormal sac-like structure that contains liquid or semisolid material; may be benign or malignant. Lumps in the breast are often found to be harmless cysts and not cancer.
An accumulation of fluid or semisolid material within a sac.
sac with distinct wall containing fluid or other material
To pocket-like the structure, filled generally of the liquid or the material semisolid.
a round, smooth-edged, fluid-filled non-cancerous lump.
An abnormal membranous sac containing a gaseous, liquid, or semisolid substance.
A benign, fluid-filled lump
A sac filled with fluid usually located in the ovary.
A closed cavity or sac, possibly containing a liquid or semi-solid substance.
A fluid filled structure.
Fluid-filled mass that is usually benign. The fluid may be removed for examination.
a closed sac or pouch with a definite wall, that contains fluid, semifluid, or solid material.
Any closed cavity or sac, normal or abnormal, lined by epithelium (the covering of internal and external surfaces of the body), especially one that contains a liquid or a semisolid material
A fluid-filled swelling which may occur in the larynx and obstruct breathing.
A fluid filled lump, usually harmless, associated with fibrocystic condition. The fluid can usually be drained by aspiration.
A lump filled with either fluid or soft material, occurring in any organ or tissue; may occur for a number of reasons but is usually harmless unless its presence disrupts organ or tissue function.
A sac that contains a liquid or semi-solid material.
a closed sac in or under the skin that is filled with fluid or semisolid material. Breast cysts are generally benign.
A membranous sac or cavity of abnormal character containing a liquid secretion.
A fluid-filled growth within the body.
A lesion containing liquid or solid material, it usually causes inflammation and pus in surrounding tissues.
sac or cavity containing liquid, which is the major physical evidence of Endometriosis. Please see Diagnosis page for more details
A collection of abnormal substances
A pocket-like structure, generally filled with fluid or semisolid material.
a sac-like structure in the body.
A sac-like lesion containing fluid.
A collection of fluid within the spinal cord, which may increase pressure and lead to increased neurological deterioration, loss of sensation, pain, and dysreflexia.
a common cause for a lump in the breast consisting of a thin sac filled with fluid.
In fungi: An encysted zoospore. In nematodes: the egg-containing carcass of dead adult females of the genus Heterodera or Globodera. ()
Pathological cavity, usually lined with epithelium, containing fluid or soft matter.
Abnormal sac containing liquid or semi-solid matter.
A closed sac, usually filled with fluid.
A fluid-filled mass that is usually benign. The fluid can be removed for analysis.
A soft or hard tissue sac, hard or filled with fluid
A pathologic epithelium-lined cavity, usually containing fluid or semisolid.
A sac or capsule filled with fluid.
a fluid-filled cavity
An abnormal sac containing gas, fluid, or a semisolid material
Fluid-filled sac. Making a Diagnosis
A fluid-filled mass, usually enclosed by a membrane.
Located in body tissue, a cyst is a walled-off sack of gaseous, liquid, semisolid, or solid material.
An abnormal sac or enclosed cavity in the body filled with liquid or partially solid material. Also refers to a protective, walled-off capsule in which an organism lies dormant.
A lump in any organ or tissue that is filled with either fluid or soft material.
A lump filled with fluid that is usually benign. Back to Glossary Index
Fluid-filled sac. Breast cysts are benign.
An abnormal sac or closed cavity filled with liquid or semisolid matter.
A sac or mass filled with fluid.
Skin cavity containing liquid or semi-solid material.
a closed sac beneath the skin or deeper that contains fluid or semisolid substances.
a cavity filled with fluid
A cyst is a papule or nodule that contains fluid or semi-fluid material so is fluctuant.
a sac of fluid.
An abnormal sac or capsule within a tissue or an organ that is filled with fluid or semisolid substance. Cysts are not cancer.
n. A small, capsule-like sac that encloses an organism in its resting or larval stage, e.g., a resting spore of an alga.
an abnormal sac filled with gas, fluid, or semi-solid material that is lined by a membrane.
(sist): A deep-seated mass filled with liquid or semisolid material and surrounded by a capsule. In acne, cysts are rubbery and flesh-colored, and drain viscous, creamy material.
A mass filled with either fluid or soft material. When on the ovary, can cause ovulation problems and can be painful if ruptures.
A capsule or protective sac produced about themselves by many protozoans (as well as some bacteria and algae) as preparation for entering a resting or a specialized reproductive stage.
A fluid-filled sac.