encysted

ADJECTIVE
  1. enclosed in (or as if in) a cyst
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How To Use encysted In A Sentence

  • Fourthly, the funicular process may become obliterated both at the abdominal inguinal ring and above the epididymis, leaving a central unobliterated portion, which may become distended with fluid, giving rise to a condition known as the encysted hydrocele of the cord. XI. Splanchnology. 3c. The Male Genital Organs
  • Very minute, inorganic foreign bodies may become encysted as in anthracosis. Bronchoscopy and Esophagoscopy A Manual of Peroral Endoscopy and Laryngeal Surgery
  • Depending on environmental conditions, it can shift from viviparous to oviparous reproduction, with production of encysted and dehydrated embryos.
  • Only the immune system's antibodies keep the brain worms encysted; when and if the immune system fails, some host cells will be infested and spew more brain worms to kill other cells. www. Brain worms: one in five are infested
  • Because murderousness was “deeply encysted” in the human personality. Human Smoke
  • Behind such a protective barrier, these so-called encysted strongyles are remarkably resilient. Horsetalk.co.nz Headlines
  • Depending on environmental conditions, it can shift from viviparous to oviparous reproduction, with production of encysted and dehydrated embryos.
  • Yet, I can recall where I wrote each book and what was the bit of sand that encysted into a pearl (real or faux you have to ask the critics.) Jane Yolen: Jane Yolen Writes 300th Book: Award Winning Children's Book Author Writes About Desire To 'Type Faster' (PHOTOS)
  • The autopsy showed a bullet encysted in his body from a previous shooting.
  • These daughter sporocysts, containing encysted metacercariae, were then voided in the feces of the snail.
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