hydatid

[n] - cyst filled with liquid
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Hydatid

Hy'da·tid noun [ Greek ..., ..., a watery vesicle under the upper eyelid, from 'y`dwr , 'y`datos , water: confer French hydatide .] (Zoology) A membranous sac or bladder filled with a pellucid fluid, found in various parts of the bodies of animals, but unconnected wi
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hydatid

<zoology> A membranous sac or bladder filled with a pellucid fluid, found in various parts of the bodies of animals, but unconnected with the tissues. It is usually formed by parasitic worms, especially. By larval tapeworms, as Echinococcus and Coenurus. See these words in the Vocabulary. ... <anatomy> Hydatid of Morgagni, one of the sm
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hydatid

(hi´dә-tid) hydatid cyst. any cystlike structure. hydatid of Morgagni a cystlike remnant of the müllerian duct on the upper end of the testis. one of the small pedunculated structures attached to the uterine tubes near their fimbriated end; remnants of...
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Hydatid

• (n.) A membranous sac or bladder filled with a pellucid fluid, found in various parts of the bodies of animals, but unconnected with the tissues. It is usually formed by parasitic worms, esp. by larval tapeworms, as Echinococcus and Coenurus. See these words in the Vocabulary.
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hydatid

hydatid 1. A cyst filled with liquid which forms as a result of infestation by tapeworm larvae; such as, in echinococcosis. 2. A cyst formed in human tissue that contains the larvae of a tapeworm. 3. Etymology: from the late 17th century through modern Latin from Greek hudatis, 'drop of water, watery vesicle'; from Greek hudat-, 'water'.
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hydatid

Type: Term Pronunciation: hī′da-tid Definitions: 1. A vesicular structure resembling an Echinococcus cyst. Synonyms: hydatid cyst
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