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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On pelvic CT and whole abdomen and suprapubic US, no abnormality compressing the sciatic nerve like a mass lesion and fracture was found except for the existing pelvic hydatid cyst.
Through the literature review, we found that liver hydatid cysts can rupture into neighboring structures in 15-60% of patients, [sup][1] and most often involves the bile duct, the bronchi, and the peritoneal cavities.
Immunological markers indicating the effectiveness of pharmacological treatment in human hydatid disease.
Patients were treated for retrovesical hydatid cyst over 9 years (January 2004-December 2013).
sup][1] Extrahepatic localization is reported in 14-19% of all cases of abdominal hydatid and commonly involves the lungs, spleen, kidneys, and pancreas.
granulosus in livestock has yet to be performed in view of medical veterinary and economic importance of hydatid disease in Punjab Pakistan.
Results: A total number of 50 patients had Hydatid cysts.
P rimary multiple cerebral hydatid cysts: case report.
She had a history of cystectomy five years ago, for lung and liver hydatid disease.
The surgical appearance was in keeping with that of a hydatid cyst.
For example, the G8 genotype was identified in a 1999 report of cystic hydatid disease in an Alaskan woman (Castrodale et al.
It revealed a well-defined cystic lesion at posterior aspect of neck on right side at the level of C3-C5 vertebrae, with the possibility of the lesion being hydatid cyst (Figure 1).