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pyogenesis

[¦pī·ō′jen·ə·səs]
(medicine)
The formation of pus.
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Treatment of pyogenic granuloma by sodium tetradecyl sulfate sclerotherapy.
It represents a variant of pyogenic granuloma (lobular capillary hemangioma) that is influenced by the hyperhormonal state of pregnancy.
A provisional diagnosis of pyogenic granuloma was made.
Hence, it is excluded from peripheral odontogenic tumor, pyogenic granuloma, and epulis/papilloma.
The total number of 2050 pus sample were collected from cases of pyogenic infection attending both OPD and indoor in the department of Surgery, O&G, Orthopaedics and ENT.
Out of total incidence of LA, approximately two-thirds of cases in developing countries are of amoebic (ALA) aetiology and three-fourths of cases in developed countries are pyogenic.
This case report aims at presenting a case that was operated on with a preliminary diagnosis of pyogenic granuloma to the scalp; however, in later microscopic evaluation, late-stage scalp metastasis associated with mucinous breast cancer was diagnosed.
The lesion is now considered as neoplastic in nature instead of being reactive or infective process and is redesignated as lobular capillary haemangioma instead of pyogenic granuloma.
Based on the typical adult arterial anatomy, hematogenous pyogenic spondylodiscitis often first affects the subchondral region of the vertebral body endplates, and spreads in an anterior to posterior direction.
1,2 The present case remained asymptomatic until a pyogenic kidney lesion occurred.