Definitions for "Cysts"
The Condition cyst is an abnormal growth consisting of a closed sac filled with fluid or solid material..." Recommendation Alkalizing Agents/Diet"Some doctors believe that a tendency to form cysts occurs more frequently in those with an acidic body pH..." Recommendation Test for Food Allergies"Generalized cysts may be due to allergies..." Recommendation Surgery"Sebaceous cysts are usually ignored unless they become bothersome or infected..."
Cysts are epithelium-lined cavities within the skin. Most commonly they are of adnexal or follicular origin. The content is a reflection of the epithelial lining; squamous lined cysts are usually keratin-filled, sebaceous or apocrine gland cysts are filled with secretions typical of those glands.
Small sacs that form in the body that contain gas, fluids, or partly solid material. Cysts are not normal; the body does not need them to function.
Cysts are chlorine-resistant microorganisms. When ingested in drinking water, they most commonly cause gastrointestinal illness, accompanied by vomiting, diarrhea, and cramps.
Chlorine-resistant "capsules" such as cryptosporidium and giardia, which contain parasites. If ingested, cysts can cause disease with symptoms of severe abdominal cramping and diarrhea.
any of a group of microorganisms that include entamoeba, giardia and cryptosporidium; when ingested, cysts can cause gastrointestinal illness among others and often have more problematic effects on children, the elderly and people with immune deficiencies
a Dormant Form characterized by a Harden External Covering in which Metabolic Activity has Ceased
Keywords:  protrude, bumps, deep, solid, painful
Large, painful, solid bumps located deep within the skin that may protrude from the face.
Keywords:  benign, breast, disease, see
See Benign breast disease.