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  • n. Plural form of cyst.


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  • We had multiple ultrasounds after this test due to a couple of brain cysts which were additional markers.

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  • But the brain cysts shrunk and she was born perfectly healthy.

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  • Viruses and fungi inside the cells, parasites in cysts and parasites with exoskeletons (like hookworms in the peripheral tissues), will take longer to destroy, but by zapping you begin to clear the blood and lymphatic fluids, major organ ducts, intestinal and stomach lining, brain and central nervous system of parasites which will give your immune system a tremendous and nearly immediate boost.

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  • Breast lumps are very common in most women, especially soft, fluid-filled ones (called cysts).

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  • He was referring to the follicles, also called cysts, that usually contain eggs. - News

  • Chlorination and other disinfection methods are used to control bacteria and prevent waterborne illnesses, but some hardier microscopic organisms, referred to as cysts, may be present in any supply.

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  • Filters with larger pores only retain macroorganisms such as cysts and worm eggs.

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  • You may have a medical condition such as cysts on your ovaries that are causing pain Some pain is fairly normal the first time.

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  • The "cysts" returned several times over the years, he said. - News

  • Pathogens such as cysts that are resistant to chlorination, and can only be removed by sedimentation and very fine filtration - through slow

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