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Weeks after recovering from surgery to remove a cyst that caused an ectopic pregnancy, Andrea Smith, 35, longed for an activity that would alleviate her emotional and physical pain.
Swanson revealed that two vocal cysts were to blame, and could be seen leaving the competition in dejection.
There's the gruesome slasher, in which the protagonist yields a sharp tool toward (in these instances) lipomas or cysts on a person's back, neck, or face.
See your primary care doctor to treat minor bug bites, rosacea, minor rashes, cysts, dandruff or athlete’s foot.
The scar tissue developed after a cyst was removed many years ago.
Endometriosis can cause cysts and scar tissue to develop and often leads to severe pain.
Less than six hours later, the man went to an emergency room where a CT exam showed a cyst in his brain.
In 2016, complications from endometriosis kept Dunham from participating in the press tour for the fifth season of her HBO show Girls, including an emergency hospital visit for a ruptured ovarian cyst.
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Origin and Etymology of cyst-
Origin and Etymology of -cyst
CYST Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of cyst for English Language Learners
medical : a growth filled with liquid that forms in or on your body
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Definition of cyst for Students
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