Of three cases of hydatid growths occupying the soft parts of the thigh, two were under Mr Bryants care.
Dr Leidy also obtained three hydatid cysts from a large monkey.
Its future growth is by no means rapid, seeing that at the eighth week the hydatid has attained only the 1/15 in diameter.
The compound scolex thus forms a sac or a group of sacs, the basis of hydatid tumors.
Of a more serious nature is the tape-worm embryo which produces the hydatid tumor.
Furthermore, the wound, after the removal of the hydatid, must be treated with a cold water dressing.
This study of the hydatid parasites remains a remarkable contribution to medicine down even to our own day.
hydatid and cysticercus cysts have also been met with in the tongue.
The liver is by far the most common site of hydatid cysts in the human subject.
Dr. Heintz has lately added to these succinic acid, discovered in a hydatid cyst of the liver.
hydatid hy·da·tid (hī'də-tĭd)
A hydatid cyst.
The encysted larva of Echinococcus granulosus.
An abnormal vascular structure that is usually filled with fluid.