pyaemia


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pyaemia

, pyemia
blood poisoning characterized by pus-forming microorganisms in the blood
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As can be seen, the main causes for condemnation of carcasses were generalized diseases (227 cases, 0.0357%), which include inflammation in different organs and diseases such as septicaemias, viremias, and pyaemias, or undernourishment (112 cases, 0.0176%).
As no abnormal situations such as pyaemia was discovered as a result of the tests, the patient was discharged from hospital after a day.
He died on May 2, 1865, following a severe pyaemia infection.
Tick Pyaemia - seen in lambs as a consequence of the suppression of the immune system brought on by TBF.