Encapsulated peritoneal exudations near the stomach have been mistaken for gastric cancer.
As the new-formed fat is not encapsulated, extirpation of the mass is difficult and is seldom called for.
They vary in size from a pea to a hen's egg, are rounded and encapsulated.
This may be due to the setting free of encapsulated organisms, or because of a new infection at a point of least resistance.
A cyst is usually the result of the abscess having been encapsulated and its wall not having been removed at the first operation.
They are encapsulated and vascular, frequently attain a large size, and may be single or multiple.
They are encapsulated, and when diffuse do not infiltrate surrounding tissues.