A pseudocyst is an abnormal fluid-filled cavity which is not lined by epithelium. It is this fact that distinguishes it pathologically from a cyst, which is lined by epithelium.
Examples of pseudocysts include:
- 1. Cibas Edmund S. and Barbara S. Ducatman. Cytology. Gulf Professional Publishing, 2003. ISBN: 0702026387, 9780702026386.
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Terms used in radiology
- fluid collection
- granulation tissue