hydatid


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hydatid

[′hīd·ə·dəd]
(medicine)
A cyst formed in tissues due to growth of the larval stage of Echinococcus granulosus.
A cystic remnant of an embryonal structure.
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Rufian Pena, "Complications of extrahepatic echinococcosis: fistulization of an adrenal hydatid cyst into the intestine," World Journal of Gastroenterology, vol.
Ultrasonography showed a maternal right liver lobe hydatid cyst measuring 14 x 16 cm, and CT scan revealed a large sizable hypodense cystic lesion of about 150 x 150 x 200 mm in AP x TS x CC dimensions, respectively, with multiple septations inside, being mainly in the right lobe, with peripheral calcific wall seen laterally with normal liver parenchyma (Figure 1), occupying almost the whole right lobe of the liver, exerting a mass effect in the form of right kidney, right renal vasculature, and IVC compression with no invasion in addition to medial displacement of the duodenum and midline structures.
Medical data of 171 patients who underwent to hydatid cyst excision between 2010 and 2015 were examined retrospectively.
* To study the various clinical presentations of hydatid disease of liver.
Primary renal hydatid disease is very rare, mostly solitary, and unilateral.
A total of 188 sheep were examined for the prevalence of hydatid cyst on post mortem inspection.
10% formalin, a known powerful protoscolicidal, was used as a positive control and hydatid fluid containing protoscoleces was the negative control group.
Livers with hydatid cysts of sheep that were obtained from the slaughterhouse and slaughtered fresh under supervision of a veterinary doctor were used in the study.
(12, 15-17, 19) Nevertheless, the long exposure time of their application is not suitable for hydatid cyst surgery or the PAIR technique.
A CT scan of the brain revealed a huge hydatid cyst almost occupying the whole left half of the brain.
The sensitivity of serological tests for pulmonary hydatid cysts is lower than that in the liver [2, 3].
Here, we present the results of a long-term follow-up of 22 patients with a hydatid cyst located in the spleen after percutaneous treatment using the Ormeci technique and also review the literature.