endocyst


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endocyst

[′en·də‚sist]
(invertebrate zoology)
The soft layer consisting of ectoderm and mesoderm, lining the ectocyst of bryozoans.
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Subsequent to this, the classical imaging appearance of daughter cysts within the mother cyst caused by endocyst invagination may develop, giving rise to a wheel-spoke or rosette appearance.
A follow-up CXR was performed after a few months of medical treatment, which showed the endocyst membranes in the process of detaching from the pericyst (Fig.
Computed tomography (CT) scan of the abdomen showed atypical lesions, suggesting a tumor, but magnetic resonance imaging revealed well-defined cysts with internal structure suggestive of CE, with detached endocysts (Figure 1, panels A, B).